This is why I suggest you to use the “Use a generic redirect URL” checkbox and set this generic url into MS Azure. It will work better.
When you use API Connector, it will submit the redirect url with the current page url if the generic is not selected. Most of API will accept that and just remove the parameters from the URL. But a lot of API need an exact match between what you enter in the redirect url in the auth request and what you set in their settings.
You don’t see the auth request settings, but basically, this contain the scope, the redirect url (actually, with your setting, it will use the current page url), the app id and the auth type.
If you wan’t to avoid any error, use the generic redirect url instead