Monthly Archives: June 2011

Me on LockDown Radio

Seems to be radio week this week… Another interview I did quite a while ago with Michele and Patrick… http://www.lockdownpodcast.com/default.aspx?ShowNum=4

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Access Control Service: Passive/Active Transition Sample

Here you can find my updated ACS2 sample. In addition to the existing front ends (web [WS-Federation], console [SOAP & REST], Silverlight [REST]) and error handling, it now also includes a WPF client that shows the passive/active transition with a … Continue reading

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Access Control Service: Programmatically Accessing Identity Provider Information and Redirect URLs

In my last post I showed you that different redirect URLs trigger different response behaviors in ACS. Where did I actually get these URLs from? The answer is simple – I asked ACS ;) ACS publishes a JSON encoded feed … Continue reading

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More Claims on DotNetRocks

I met Carl and Richard at NDC, so we took the chance to have another chat about my favourite topic: claims ;) http://www.dotnetrocks.com/default.aspx?showNum=674 Have fun!

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Access Control Service: Transitioning between Active and Passive Scenarios

As I mentioned in my last post, ACS features a number of ways to transition between protocol and token types. One not so widely known transition is between passive sign ins (browser) and active service consumers. Let’s see how this … Continue reading

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OT: Nice Photo Blog

My good friend Heimo started blogging. Given his vast arsenal of cameras and lenses, this should be an interesting read… http://monoflop.blogspot.com/

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Access Control Service: Protocol and Token Transition

ACS v2 supports a number of protocols (WS-Federation, WS-Trust, OpenId, OAuth 2 / WRAP) and a number of token types (SWT, SAML 1.1/2.0) – see Vittorio’s Infographic here. Some protocols are designed for active client (WS-Trust, OAuth / WRAP) and … Continue reading

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