Thanks so much for your response. I have worked through the ASP .net Core 3.0 quickstart, but unfortunately I am restricted to using DotNet Framework 4.7.1 due to other application dependencies.
I have a fairly simple WPF application that needs to upload a file to my API. I have tested the functionality without authorization and that works fine.
I seem to have narrowed down my issue to the following:
Referring back to the link [https://auth0.com/docs/api-auth/tutorials/authorization-code-grant ]
Using a url string based on the following:
When I enter that using Chrome (or any other browser) where I am AUTHENTICATED it returns the code
(It has two returns a 200 ok and 302 found). I can manually read the code from this link.
In my code however, when I send the same URL the endpoint does not know I am authenticated. So I must be structuring the url request incorrectly or not including either the access_token or id_token.
Perhaps an example of how to structure this request in C# would be helpful.