This sample demonstrates a Python daemon console app calling the Microsoft Graph that is secured using the Microsoft identity platform.
A Python console daemon app calling Microsoft Graph
About this sample
You want to write a daemon application that consumes organizational data using Microsoft Graph and using Microsoft Identity Platform to acquire tokens.
For details see Daemon apps scenario.
Structure of the repository
This repository contains a progressive tutorial made of two parts:
|1-Call-MsGraph-WithSecret||This sample application shows how to use the Microsoft identity platform endpoint to access the data of Microsoft business customers in a long-running, non-interactive process. The daemon application proves its identity using a client secret. It uses the OAuth 2 client credentials grant to acquire an access token, which can be used to call the Microsoft Graph and access organizational data|
|2-Call-MsGraph-WithCertificate||This variation of the first sample shows how the application proves its identity using a certificate.|
To run this sample, you'll need:
Setup and run the sample
Download and extract the repository .zip file or, from your shell or command line:
git clone https://github.com/Azure-Samples/ms-identity-python-daemon.git
Then, see the readme of each sub-folder to understand how to setup and run the samples, and learn key concepts.
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