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Add support for Websocket connections when AAD authentication is enabled.

Websockets do not work on Linux containers if AAD authentication is turned on. This effectively forces Linux containers to operate without any authentication services when we use Websockets.

This severely hampers adoption of WebApps for us as we cannot enable authentication, so we will move the container on-prem.

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  • Euan de Kock commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    ANy updates on this - it's becoming extremely frustrating not being able to deploy our applications in Azure.

  • Euan de Kock commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Are there any updates on this - I was told by support that this is now a preview feature.

    "As of now, the Easy Auth Feature is in Preview on Linux App Services."

    I see the new preview of the Configuration item now allows us to select "websockets".

    It still doesn't work though - has this been fixed?

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