JHipster Gateway with Okta OAuth2 Authentication

I was hoping someone here might be able to help.

I created a JHipster Gateway application, not reactive, no database, no cache, Oauth2, Gradle, Consul.
I configured my Okta developer account for the application following Matt Raible’s instructions
I updated the yml to include the correct issuer-uri, client-id, and client-secret
I run the application. Hit it in my browser. It doesn’t do anything but tell me I’m unauthenticated. It’s not redirecting to Okta. I feel I missed a crucial component, but I can’t find anything about it in any of the many tutorials out there.

Anyone else run into this? Any ideas?

@JRoberts It is not very clear for your issue description. Could you please open a support ticket through an email to support@okta.com and attach the link of the instructions you followed? One of our dev support engineers will help you review your code and configuration. Thanks

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