Monthly Archives: July 2012

Sample Video from my PluralSight course (and a free Trial)

http://blog.pluralsight.com/2012/07/13/video-creating-a-new-you-with-claims-validation-and-transformation-in-net-4-5/

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WCF and Identity in .NET 4.5: Client Certificate Authentication

overview scenarios accessing claims windows authentication username authentication I use this configuration: <system.serviceModel>   <services>     <service name=“Common.ClaimsService“>       <endpoint address=“certificatemixed“                 binding=“netHttpBinding“                 contract=“Common.IClaimsService“ />     </service>   </services>     <bindings>     <netHttpBinding>       <binding>         <security mode=“TransportWithMessageCredential“>           … Continue reading

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WCF and Identity in .NET 4.5: UserName/Password Authentication

overview scenarios accessing claims windows authentication I use this configuration: <system.serviceModel>     <services>       <service name=“Common.ClaimsService“>         <endpoint address=“usernamemixed“                   binding=“netHttpBinding“                   contract=“Common.IClaimsService“ />       </service>     </services>       <bindings>       <netHttpBinding>         <binding>           <security mode=“TransportWithMessageCredential“>             <message clientCredentialType=“UserName“ … Continue reading

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WCF and Identity in .NET 4.5: Windows Authentication

overview scenarios accessing claims To host a service using integrated Windows authentication I use this configuration: <system.serviceModel>     <services>         <service name=“Common.ClaimsService“>         <endpoint address=“windowstransport“                   binding=“netHttpBinding“                   contract=“Common.IClaimsService“ />       </service>     </services>       <bindings>       <netHttpBinding> … Continue reading

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WCF and Identity in .NET 4.5: Accessing Claims

To test the scenarios I described here, I use a simple service that echoes the user’s claims back to the client. I use the new ClaimsPrincipal.Current which is the preferred way to access to the client’s identity. This gives you … Continue reading

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WCF and Identity in .NET 4.5: Scenarios

Over the next posts I will look at some typical authentication scenarios for WCF in detail. You all know that WCF has a plethora of different options and knobs to tweak and that is the reason why many people don’t … Continue reading

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WCF and Identity in .NET 4.5: Overview

Since every principal is derived from ClaimsPrincipal in .NET 4.5 all the higher level frameworks simply get “claims for free” – including ASP.NET and WCF. Generally speaking there are two new settings in WCF that you care about when you … Continue reading

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