This week on The Id Element: Ruchi Bhargava on Windows CardSpace Geneva

This week I visited with Ruchi, a veteran on the Windows CardSpace team. She was one of the devs that wrote the earliest prototypes for CardSpace and lead the development team through the Windows CardSpace Geneva Beta 1 release. Ruchi shares insights and lessons learned from customer feedback regarding CardSpace v1 and where the team…

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Microsoft code Name Geneva Beta 2 Released

The availability of Microsoft code Name “Geneva” beta 2 was announced today at TechEd. This release is a significant step forward for the Geneva Server, Geneva Framework and Windows CardSpace Geneva. Check out the Geneva Team Blog for the specific advances made. We’ve been anxiously awaiting the release of beta 2 and Vittorio and I…

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Microsoft code name “Geneva” beta 2 on “The Id Element”

In preparation for the beta 2 release of Geneva Server, Geneva Framework and Windows CardSpace Geneva, Vittorio and I have been working feverishly to provide content to introduce you to this great step forward in these technologies. Therefore, we’ve prepared four videos for “The Id Element” show highlighting both a feature overview and a deep…

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Wiring up the Geneva Framework Simple Claims-Aware Web Apps to Geneva Server

Ok, from the previous post, you built a Geneva Server VM for exploration. However, it’s not readily apparent how to wire up the Geneva Framework Simple Claims-Aware Web passive redirect applications. So let’s work that here. Disclaimer: This blog is not the source for official guidance regarding Microsoft Code Name “Geneva”. Please always refer to…

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PHP drill down for enabling Information Card use with CardSpace Geneva by Intand’s Scott Otis

Last week I posted a video to The Id Element and described the work that Intand had done to enable their PHP S+S application to accept information cards from Geneva Server via Windows CardSpace Geneva for a prototype project with the Lake Washington School District and Microsoft. In a follow-up video interview, Jean-Christophe Cimetiere, Sr….

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Geneva Server beta 2, SAML 2.0 and Interoperability with Sun OpenSSO Enterprise and Novell Access Manager

In this episode of The Id Element I talked with Caleb Baker, Sr. SDET, who worked with the interoperability testing of Geneva Server’s SAML 2.0 with both Sun’s OpenSSO Enterprise and Novell’s Access Manager products. Caleb discusses his discoveries in the interoperability testing and demonstrates how to configure Geneva Server as both the Identity Provider…

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Making a Wireless Connection Accessible to a Hyper-V Virtual Machine (VM)

There are a number of resources regarding this that I’ve seen on the Web in various blogs but I’m documenting my approach as much for me so I can remember it as for you as well. There have been a number of conferences that I have arrived at expecting to have a hard-wired connection to…

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SPC346, SPC357 & SPC361–SharePoint Conference 2011 Session Resources

I had the opportunity at the SharePoint Conference 2011 to talk about developing Office solutions that integrate with SharePoint and SharePoint Online. I want to say “thanks!” to all those that took the time to attend these sessions. And as I mentioned at the end of each, I’m posting here access to the slide decks…

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Professional SharePoint 2010 Cloud-Based Solutions by Wrox!

Steve Fox was the driver behind this and it was a great opportunity to team up with him and my other colleagues Paul Stubbs and Girish Raja to write this book. Professional SharePoint 2010 Cloud-Based Solutions is primarily for IT Pros, SharePoint Developers and enthusiasts who want to better understand how to leverage the cloud…

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This week on The Id Element: Vijay Gajjala on the Geneva Server

This week I had the opportunity to sit down with Vijay Gajjala, Sr. Program Manager on the Federated Identity team, and talk with him about his team’s work on the Geneva Server. He discusses a number of investment the team made in delivering the Beta 1 release.  Enjoy!

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