Monthly Archives: October 2012

Samples for Thinktecture.IdentityModel

Many people seem to overlook the samples directory in IdentityModel. So I thought I quickly summarize what you can find there: CorsSamplesSamples and test that show the usage of the CORS support in Web API, MVC and plain IIS. Web … Continue reading

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Setup Thinktecture IdentityServer v2 in 7 minutes

Here’s how: https://vimeo.com/51088126 HTH

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Thinktecture IdentityServer v2 BETA

IdentityServer v2 beta is done! You can get it from the new thinktecture organization page on github as well as the new project page for IdentityServer (or directly from the download page). What’s new?Well – on the surface IdSrv 2 … Continue reading

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Custom Claims Principals in .NET 4.5

Recently I got a number of questions on what’s the best approach to implement a “custom claims principal”. What people typically mean by this is a ClaimsPrincipal derived class that provides some extra API surface like properties (think .EmailAddress). The … Continue reading

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Update on IdentityServer

Preparing for the things to come (very soon), I had to rename the Github repositories for IdentityServer. Sorry for any inconvenience. V1 – https://github.com/thinktecture/Thinktecture.IdentityServer.v1 V2 (beta next week) – https://github.com/thinktecture/Thinktecture.IdentityServer.v2

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“Windows Azure, Identity & Access – and you” Talk from Cloudburst 2012

My talk from Cloudburst 2012 is available here: http://www.streamshed.com/microsoft/cloudburst.htm# This was a nice little conference. recommended. (make sure to also watch Christian’s ServiceBus talk, which also involves identity quite a bit ;)

Posted in .NET Security, Azure, Conferences & Training, IdentityModel, IdentityServer | 2 Comments