3. Deploy resources using Powershell

In this section, we’ll run the AzureDeploy powershell script that you downloaded before.

  1. Open PowerShell as administrator.
  2. Execute AzureDeploy.ps1 that you obtained by extracting the zip provided under Prerequisites.
  3. Select New Deployment since we’re deploying the instance for the first time.
  4. Provide additional details as requested by the script:
  • Telemetry token

SAS key provided by Sangam team to capture telemetry data

  • Error SAS token

SAS key provided by Sangam team to capture errors generated by application

  • Publish Data Unique GUID

Unique Customer ID provided by Sangam team

  • Client ID

Application ID generated during identity setup

  • Client Secret

Application Secret generated during identity setup

  • Tenant Name

A tenant is representative of an organization within Azure Active Directory. It is a dedicated instance of the Azure AD service that an organization receives and owns when it signs up for a Microsoft cloud service such as Azure, Microsoft Intune, or Office 365. Each Azure AD tenant is distinct and separate from other Azure AD tenants

  • Tenant ID

GUID of the Tenant

  • Policy Name

B2C configured policy name for social email accounts on AD B2C settings

  • Resource ID

The unique identifier for the resource that the app requires access to. This value should be equal to the appId declared on the target resource app

 

5. Sit back and relax! The script would take approximately 45-60 minutes to complete.

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Last updated on May 13, 2019
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