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  • Wiki Page: Secure Silverlight Applications with Claims-Based Authentication in Windows Azure – Lessons Learned – Part 2

    In this second article of the series ( see first article here ), I’ll continue sharing security and Silverlight lessons learned while moving an application to Azure. Specifically let’s extend what we discussed in part one to include: · More details about securing the on-premise service...
  • Wiki Page: Secure Silverlight Applications with Claims-Based Authentication in Windows Azure – Lessons Learned – Part 1

    Part of Microsoft’s Windows Azure strategy is offering organizations the choice to port and run portions of their existing applications in the cloud while continuing to utilize on-premise software. This is a compelling strategy with many variations which are easy to implement using Windows Azure and...
  • Wiki Page: Automatic Login to SharePoint 2010 with AD FS 2.0 & WS-Federation

    Table of Contents Introduction Pre-formatted Link Sample URL Broken Down Removing or Seperating Windows Authentication Links Introduction Consider the situation where you have a SharePoint 2010 site secured by AD FS 2.0 and you have a partner that accesses this application that also uses AD...
  • Wiki Page: AD FS 2.0: How to Use Fiddler Web Debugger to Analyze a WS-Federation Passive Sign-In

    This article's purpose is to demonstrate how to utilize Fiddler Web Debugger to analyze traffic in a WS-Federation sign-in conversation, specifically for AD FS 2.0. If you are looking for Fiddler debugging information for another protocol such as WS-Trust or SAML 2.0, please see the More Information...
  • Wiki Page: Windows Identity Foundation (WIF): How to Utilize the WS-Federation WAUTH Parameter to Specify an Authentication Type

    There are two ways in which Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) can utilize the WS-Federation passive WAUTH parameter to specify an authentication type. There are a few questions to ask before deciding which method to implement: 1. Can the WAUTH parameter remain static for a Relying Party (RP) application...
  • Wiki Page: Windows Identity Foundation (WIF): How to Utilize the WS-Federation WHR Parameter to Bypass Home Realm Discovery (HRD)

    There are two ways in which Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) can utilize the WS-Federation passive WHR parameter to bypass home realm discovery (HRD). There are a few questions to ask before deciding which method to implement: 1. Can the WHR parameter remain static for a Relying Party (RP) application...
  • Wiki Page: AD FS 2.0: How to Perform IDP-initiated Sign-on to a Relying Party (RP) Application that Supports Only WS-Federation

    Summary AD FS 2.0 offers a .aspx page for idp-initiated sign-on, and this functionality is limited to SAML 2.0 protocol Relying Parties (RPs). The .aspx page is located here: https:// your-Federation-Service-Name /adfs/ls/idpinitiatedsignon.aspx There is a way, however, to...
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