- [Narrator] Now, I just showed you how to update your Bot registration in the old portal. Let me also show you where you would make this change in the new Azure portal. I'm going to open a private mode here because I don't want to confuse the previous sign on with this new user ID I'm about to use. Go to azure.com and click on portal. Go ahead and provide the same credentials that you had used to register your previous Azure Bot.
Once signed in, look for all resources or any other way you can find your Bot. For instance, my team's Bot is myfancyTeamsBot, let's say or the previous one, doesn't really matter. Click on your Bot registration, then go to settings, and here change this URL to your new NJROC based URL, hit save, and now you should be able to test the Bot running via the Azure portal as well. This is how you update your Bot registration in Azure portal.
- What are bots?
- Creating bots
- Testing using ngrok
- Deploying bots to Microsoft Teams
- Testing bots
- Bots as Azure AD applications
- Updating bot registration in Azure
- Building the bot package
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Basics
2. Creating a Bot
3. Deploy a Bot to Microsoft Teams
4. Teams Bot Interactions
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