Ajden Towfeek

Towfeek Solutions AB

Using Microsoft OAuth Identity provider with IIS Express

Shouldn't be any problem right? Facebook apps allows you to specify localhost for the callback/redirect url. Sweet! But microsoft doesn't! So this is what I did.

I created a new application https://account.live.com/developers/applications/create and specified kingen.se as redirect domain.

I added a DNS record to C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts that routes 127.0.0.1 to kingen.se.

I changed the site binding in %Documents%\IISExpress\config\applicationHost.config : 

<site name="<site name>" id="24">
                <application path="/" applicationPool="Clr4IntegratedAppPool">
                    <virtualDirectory path="/" physicalPath="<your-path>" />
                </application>
                <bindings>
                    <binding protocol="http" bindingInformation="*:80:kingen.se" />
                </bindings>
            </site>

I changed the "Default Web Site" binding to port 8080 (or whatever) for IIS.

I turned off SQL Reporting Services because the agent used port 80. Use netsh to list port usage if you run into other problems.

netsh  http show urlacl | Select-String :80
Finally in my asp.net mvc project I changed the properties for the project to
 
  • Use Local IIS Web server
  • Check Use IIS Express, Project Url: http://localhost
  • Check override application root URL: http://kingen.se
  • Set Start URL to: http://kingen.se/
Voil√°, press F5 and IIS Express will fire up on http://kingen.se with a working Microsoft OAuth Identity provider.
 
Cheers!