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Safely Storing Client Credentials in Salesforce?

Answering my own question: I ended up encrypting the credentials and storing them in the custom metadata record linked to the Auth. provider. There seems to be no way of achieving this when it comes ...
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External Credential - Unable to use on Digital Experience

In the External Credential you need to create a Principal Parameter in the "Principal" section, after that you need to create a new Permission Set or use an existing one, in the permission ...
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