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 list of code samples installed on your computer after downloading and installing Windows Identity Foundation SDK and related materials for further reading:

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