Authorization With RoleManager For Claims Aware (WIF) ASP.NET Web Applications

This post outlines necessary steps in order to implement basic ASP.NET RoleManager for claims aware applications. One of the possible scenarios where it could be applicable is when migrating ASP.NET web application that already uses RoleManager to be claims aware. “I have built an ASP.NET web application that authenticates its users using Forms Based authentication….

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Integrating ASP.NET Web Applications With Azure AppFabric Access Control Service (ACS) – Scenario and Solution

Azure AppFabric Access Control Service (ACS) v2 allows integrating Internet authentication mechanisms, such as Windows Live ID, Google, Yahoo!, Facebook, and enterprise identity management systems such as AD via ADFS. It is done based on open protocols such as WS-Trust, WS-Federation, OAuth, OpenID and tokens such as SAML and SWT. This authentication externalization is called…

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IsInRole Authorization in ASP.NET Application Configured for Federated Authentication Using Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) and ClaimsAuthenticationManager

In this post I will show how to use Windows Identity Foundation’s (WIF) ClaimsAuthenticationManager to transform incoming claims into Role claims so that ASP.NET web application can apply familiar role based authorization using IPrincipal’s IsInRole method. This is a follow up to IsInRole Authorization in ASP.NET Application Configured for Federated Authentication Using Windows Identity Foundation…

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IsInRole Authorization in ASP.NET Application Configured for Federated Authentication Using Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) and Azure AppFabric Access Control Service

To implement Role Based Access Control using IsInRole in your ASP.NET web application that is configured for federated authentication using Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) and Azure AppFabric Access Control Service follow the steps outlined in this blog. Summary of steps Step 1 – Configure role claims in ACS Step 2 – Implement access checks Step…

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Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) Code Samples

To start writing code using Windows Identity Foundation download Windows Identity Foundation SDK. The Windows Identity Foundation SDK provides templates for use with Visual Studio and code samples. This download requires the Windows Identity Foundation runtime be present. Code samples installed by default in the following folder: C:\Program Files\Windows Identity Foundation SDK\v4.0\Samples. Following is a…

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