Using Custom Token Issuers in the Curity Identity Server

This video shows how to use custom token issuers and client properties to customize the behaviour of the token issuance. It involves the following:

  • Setting a custom property on the client
  • Using token issuers
  • Modifying the token procedures

Curity Identity Server 4.4.0 or later is required for these instructions.

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