Hi, I’m getting error 401 for some reason.
I configured Wordpress and Auth0 a few months ago and it was working well but I tried to log in today and I’m getting this error. I haven’t changed anything so I suspected it could be an automatic update from Wordpress but I didn’t have any luck after reverting versions and disabling all plugins.
When I try to log in I get this log which seems to be working, but on the Wordpress logs it mentions that I need a ‘client-grant’ associated with the API
A clue that I found is with the Client IDs
I have a python ID for my application (which I won’t use now) and the Wordpress Client ID
But I can see on the error page that it’s using the wrong Client ID
Would anyone know what’s going on?
I appreciate any help
Hey there @alx.leiva !
Thanks for the detailed description - Honestly not sure what could be going on here What is the full url where the incorrect
client_id is included?
This is a new options from last time I was configuring, could it be related?
Ok I just found what was wrong, I just went through the steps in the Setup Guide shown here and it worked, that’s quite obvious. The strange this is that I did not follow any of this steps before and I know it for a fact because I didn’t even had a Google developer account and anything created on the console. How did it work before?? I have no idea, is this a new requirement?
Who knows, I’m glad it’s working now.
Hey @alx.leiva thanks a bunch for following up with the community on this - Good to know it’s working now
I assume you were just using Auth0 Developer Keys before.
Is it possible that Auth0’s developer keys just stopped working? I’m using Free version for more than 1 month and today it just doesn’t work. I thought it is my fault but… even test button on management portal doesn’t work. Nothing has been changed on my side …
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