Monthly Archives: February 2005

NegotiateStream Sample

One of the features i really like in .NET 2.0 is that you get Kerberos support. NegotiateStream is an implementation of AuthenticatedStream (as SslStream is), so the source code is very similar to my last post. Notice that you can … Continue reading

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SslStream Sample

Just a quick sample how to get up and running with SslStream in .NET 2.0 (works with november CTP). you can download the source here. enjoy. SslStream.zip (8.32 KB)   The ServerIt’s pretty straightforward – grab the server certificate from … Continue reading

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Generating Certificates for SslStream

if you want to play around with SslStream in Whidbey, the hardest part is to get ahold of the right type of certificate (in the right store). If you don’t have a full blown CA around (like OpenSSL or Windows … Continue reading

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WMI Instrumentation and Permissions

If you instrument your code with System.Management.Instrumentation you’ll have to adjust permissions if non-admin or non-local system/network/local service code wants to publish information. If you run installutil provider.dll from the command line you’ll find the generated MOF file under system32wbemframeworkrootyour-provider-namespace … Continue reading

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DevWeek 2005 Post Conference

Thank you very much for attending the post conference. You can find the slides and the demo app here. cheers! SlidesPostCon.pdf (362.29 KB) / FormsAuthBestPractice.zip (171.39 KB)  

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DevWeek Slides and Demos

here are the slides for my DevWeek talks – some of them have slightly changed since the deadline for the conference companion materials. so grab the newest versions here. thanks for attending!!! What’s new in .NET Security 2.0New Security in … Continue reading

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Arrived at DevWeek

so i just arrived in London at DevWeek – nice venue – looks like big fun this week… i’ll keep you updated  

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