How to create two apps in MS Azure with the same Entity IDs? [migrated]

I am needing some technical inputs to overcome a technical challenge with regards to an MS Azure app.

Goes like this…

We have manually configured a non-gallery app in MS Azure which allows a third party party platform to SSO (SAML based) into their app. It works fine no issues. This app allows SSO for the third party platform’s Australia based staff.

However, I am now needing to configure another app for the same third party platform in order to support SSO for their New Zealand based staff. However, the ‘Entity ID’ that the third party has provided me for this second app is the same. The reply URL etc. are different.

In MS Azure all Australia and New Zealand staff are in the same Azure instance. My technical team is now faced with a big challenge as they are unable to create the second app (in MS Azure) as the ‘Entity ID’ for two apps is the same. How do I work around this uniqueness requirement? How do I configure two apps with the same ‘Entity ID’ in MS Azure?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Do other powers that mention “ground” have the same restrictions as Earth Meld (Protean)?

I see several powers in V20 Dark Ages that mention “ground” or “soil” in their description (though not always in the System portion of the description).

Protean 4 – Earth Meld (or Inferred in the Earth) requires a Kindred to touch the ground to activate the power (specifically not a stone or wood floor).

I’m thinking of powers like Koldunic Sorcery 2 – Rouse the Molten Rock which causes lava to “boil up through the ground”.

What Same Origin Policy related risks are there with static pages?

I am wondering what risks there are if you have static pages on the same host that don’t trust each other. A key concept of Javascript and web security is the Same Origin Policy (SOP), which is also the reason why we need to avoid XSS. If there’s e.g. a blog on example.org with an admin interface on example.org/admin and an attacker can place some javascript on example.org/foo then the attacker can execute javascript that e.g. will create a new admin account or perform other actions on behalf of the admin. I generally understand how this is happening.

However I wonder the following: If the pages on example.org are all static, i.e. no forms that perform actions or endpoints that act on POST requests, does the SOP still matter?

I was thinking of attacks like: Can example.org/foo/ open example.org/bar/, but with manipulated content? This could be useful e.g. if example.org/foo hosts downloads that an attacker can manipulate or redirect. I have tried a few things, but I wasn’t able to perform such an attack. (One way might be ServiceWorkers, but they are path constrained, which limits possibilities quite a bit.)

And are there other attacks that one should care about in purely static scenarios?

When a spell asks for targets, can I choose the same target multiple times?

When a spell has multiple targets, can I choose the same target multiple times?

Is there any general rule I can refer to?

An example of ambiguity is the spell Steel Wind Strike:

You flourish the weapon used in the casting and then vanish to strike like the wind. Choose up to five creatures you can see within range. Make a melee spell attack against each target. On a hit, a target takes 6d10 force damage. You can then teleport to an unoccupied space you can see within 5 feet of one of the targets you hit or missed.

Nowhere does it say you have to choose up to five different creatures, although Crawford has disallowed targeting the same creature multiple times on Sage Advice EU. However, this answer does not give light on a general rule.

Similarly, for Acid Splash:

You hurl a bubble of acid. Choose one creature within range, or choose two creatures within range that are within 5 feet of each other. A target must succeed on a Dexterity saving throw or take 1d6 acid damage.

The intended answer is clearly no. But how can I know that? Is there a general rule?

Can post name be same as category name?

I have an old website written in static HTML pages. Now I want to rebuild a new website via WordPress. And make sure all SEO I have done with the old site will be transferred to the new site.

So I want to migrate the URLs from left(old site) to the right one(new site) as below:

URL1(Product home page): https://www.example.com/product1/ ->(Unchanged) https://www.example.com/product1/

URL2(Product order page): https://www.example.com/product1/order.htm -> https://www.example.com/product1/order/

Then I want to use /%category%/%postname%/ as the permalink. Now the problem is, for URL1, the “product1” will be a post name. However, for URL2, the “product1” will be a category name. So can the post name same as the category name? Or is this a good practice to do the task?

Is the orientation inside of a Bag of Holding the same as the outside world?

Gravity’s a funny thing. It Makes all sorts of things fall and stay there. Does the pocket dimension in the Bag of holding have the same gravity directions as we do?

For example. I have a pile of china that I looted from a castle in 5e. I place it inside the bag of holding. I then shake the bag violently. Maybe I’m getting on a horse, and the horse doesn’t approve, maybe I trip and roll down a ravine, maybe I decide a bag of holding is an adequate juggling tool. Is my china destroyed?

Now onto the other meat of my question. Other people have asked if the Bags of holding can be escaped from, by opening the flap and waltzing out. Well… what happens if the Bag is placed upside down in a bucket. The flap can no longer open. They are essentially trapped until they die 10 mins later. What they think is up, actually isn’t.

These bags of holding I feel like make up some of the greatest debates, and most thought provoking concepts of almost any magical item.

Possible to restore LUKS header from partition that uses the exact same password and keyfile?

I was in Windows 10 and it told me I needed to Initialize Disk so I clicked it and now my LUKS header has been overwritten. I created my encrypted partitions in Linux with cryptsetup command. However, I have another drive that uses the same password and keyfile as the one with the overwritten partition header, … and I was wondering if it would be possible to backup the good partition header and use it for the one that has been overwritten since both LUKS encrypted partitions were created the same time, and with the exact same password/keyfile?

If anyone has experience in my position, I would be immensely grateful if you could point me in the right direction, or just tell me if am I screwed.

Thanks so much…