I have an api hosted on IIS that I am trying to call through a Blazor.Net client app with the
HttpClient as provided in the example.
Since the api endpoint is hosted on IIS with windows authentication, I need to include credentials when the call is made.
I tried to create an instance of the
httpClient instead of using the static method provided in the examples but I receive the
Is there a way to pass credentials with the Static
HttpClient as used in
XMLHttpRequest and set
true, the api returns data. However I would rather not use js to get the data but rather C#.
Normally the browser should take care of this, that's why you need a browser that is Windows Authentication compatible. See here for an explanation of how Windows Authentication interacts with the browser.
So if that does not work by default, I guess Blazor/Mono does not supports this yet. But you are able to include your own authorization headers in the http call in blazor. I have an example here how to do that (for a jwt token). So if you are able to somehow get the Windows token from somewhere you could try that.