I am seeing the hosted “Last time you logged in with” while executing the authorization code grant for an API.
The steps I am using are below. The interactions are between a .Net web forms client and .Net Web API.
- Log in to the web forms app using hosted Auth0 login page.
- After redirect back to web forms application, redirect back to Auth0 to hit user consent page and obtain authorization code.
It’s at this point I see the “Last time you logged in with” just before the consent screen is presented. I have “Use Auth0 instead of the IdP to do Single Sign On” turned on on the client application.
I’m trying to determine if I have something configured incorrectly, or if this is a something that is not ready on the Auth0 side. Both the web forms app and the API are first party(company I work for owns and controls both). I also have the “Allow Skipping User Consent” on the API as the desired result is to see no logins/prompts while executing the flow. With this enabled we do not see the user consent page, but the hosted “Last time you logged in with” persists.