Monthly Archives: March 2010

Using Silverlight to Access WIF secured WCF Services (Part 3)

In this last part of the series (see here and here) I want to show you how to use the WIF/SL integration ClaimsIdentitySessionManager to request tokens and talk to WIF secured services. The ClaimsIdentityManager registers as an ApplicationService in SL. … Continue reading

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Requesting Tokens from ADFS2 using Silverlight and Windows Authentication

With SL4’s support for NTLM and the WIF integration bits, you can now easily request tokens from ADFS2 (or any other token service that supports Windows authentication) in single-sign-on style. Here’s the quick walk-through… Enable the right endpoint in ADFS2You … Continue reading

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Using Silverlight to Access WIF secured WCF Services (Part 2)

This was one of my most popular blog post in the recent time (please read it first to get the necessary background information). I thought I give this another shot with the new SL/WIF integration. There are other ways to … Continue reading

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A first Look at Silverlight and WIF Integration

At MIX, Caleb did a talk about the new Silverlight/WIF integration classes that “ship” with the latest identity training kit. Since this is a topic that comes up really frequently – I had a first look. The integration code consists … Continue reading

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Thinktecture.DataObjectModel

Our very own Jörg Neumann had this cooking for quite a while. tt.DOM is a library that lets you add features like change tracking, undo, redo, views, transactions and n-tier support to arbitrary types (or lists of types). This makes … Continue reading

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This week: Trooper Heidelberg

Looking forward to this week’s nice little security conference organized by my old friends at ERNW. Federated Identity – Opportunities and RisksThe world is moving towards a federated identity model. Public facing websites like Google or Facebook utilize technologies like … Continue reading

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Guide to Claims-based Identity and Access Control

RTM finally ;) Book here.Code here.More info here. Enjoy!!!

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WIF Workshop

Mein geschätzter Kollege Vittorio Bertocci führt einen 2-Tägigen Workshop zum Thema Windows Identity Foundation in München durch. Das ist bestimmt eine gute Gelegenheit sich mal abseits vom Projektalltag mit dem Thema genauer zu beschäftigen. Wenn danach alle (un)Klarheiten beseitigt sind, … Continue reading

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Zurück von der BASTA

So – zurück und (wichtiger) erholt von der BASTA. Muss sagen – es war mal wieder sehr nett – großes Lob an Veranstalter und Teilnehmer. Hat Spaß gemacht! Am meisten war ich über das große Interesse an WIF überrascht. Ein … Continue reading

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Adding StarterSTS as a Claims Provider for ADFS2

The v1 beta of StarterSTS has an updated relying party configuration section. This allows to “plugin” the STS into ADFS2 or Sharepoint as a claims provider. Here’s a quick walkthrough for ADFS2: Register StarterSTS as claims provider in ADFSThis is … Continue reading

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