- Sign in to the Azure portal.
- Search for and select Microsoft Entra ID.
- In the left menu, select App registrations, click New registration.
- Open the RustDesk Pro console, in the Settings page, click the OIDC module. Then copy the Callback URL. Note: The Callback URL is not editable, the
Path part is fixed to
api/oidc/callback, and the
Protocol://Host:Port part is the origin of the current web page. If you open it through the address
http://localhost:8000/<path>, then the Callback URL is
http://localhost:8000/api/oidc/callback. If you open it through the address
https://192.168.0.1:8000/<path> is opened, then the Callback URL is
https://192.168.0.1:8000/api/oidc/callback. Because Azure must use
http://localhost, please select the appropriate address to open your RustDesk Pro console.
- Input the Name, select the Supported account types, and paste the Redirect URI from RustDesk Pro.
- In RustDesk Pro, click New auth provider.
- In Azure, select the application you want to use, click Overview, and copy the Application (client) ID.
- In RustDesk Pro, paste the Client ID.
- In Azure, Certificates & secrets, create a new or select a client secret, usually New.
- In Azure, copy the value of the client secret. Note: This value is only visible when you first register. It is no longer visible after you leave the page. Please keep this value properly.
- In RustDesk Pro, paste the value for the client secret.
- In RustDesk Pro, fill in the Issuer field with
https://login.microsoftonline.com/<Directory (tenant) ID>/v2.0. Please replace
Directory (tenant) ID with your Directory (tenant) ID. The Directory (tenant) ID is in Azure’s app Overview panel.
- In Azure, select Authentication menu. Then set up authorization, by choosing ID tokens (used for implicit and hybrid flows).