Creating a Custom Login Page for FBA in SharePoint 2010

The default login page of FBA in SharePoint 2010 is very simple. It only provides a Login control with the user name, password and remember me option. We usually have to create a custom login page to accommodate other security requirements, for example, adding a verification/secure code option on the page, other performing a double…

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How to make use of a custom IP-STS with SharePoint 2010? (Part 2)

ID4014: A SecurityTokenHandler is not registered to read security token (‘EncryptedData’, ‘http://www.w3.org/2001/04/xmlenc#’). Here comes the answer of the little quiz in the end of Part 1. When I clicked SimplePassiveSTS, I was redirected to the sign-in page of my STS, which was what I want. But when I signed in and was redirected back to…

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How to make use of a custom IP-STS with SharePoint 2010? (Part 1)

I know there have already been many articles about how to make SharePoint work with ADFS 2.0, like the one from SPIdentity team blog and the one by Eric Kraus. What I want to do is to create a simple IP-STS and make use of it in SharePoint 2010 rather than ADFS 2.0, so that…

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Forms-based Authentication on a Claim-based Web App

When creating web app in SharePoint 2010, we can only choose to use Windows Authentication if we choose to use Classic mode. If we want to use any other authentication method, like FBA, we much choose to use Claim mode. (Although FBA is able to be selected in Classic mode in Beta 2, it would…