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  • Wiki Page: Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) Content Map

    Table of Contents Learn about WIF About Claims-Based Identity & Applications Research WIF Solutions Manage WIF Security Sign-in / Sign-out Troubleshoot WIF Additional WIF References Community Resources Learn about WIF If you are new to WIF, we recommend that you review the following...
  • Wiki Page: Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) Wiki Articles

    This page provides a quick overview of the Technet Wiki articles related to WIF (Windows Identity Foundation). The Wiki search engine provides you with the latest updates, but it does not provide a comprehensive overview, nor the search results are grouped (yet). This page focusses on Technet...
  • Wiki Page: Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) Questions and Answers

    Index of the question answered in this article Volume 4 Q: How do I configure a WIF Relying Party application using a configuration file? Volume 3 Q: I am getting the following error when I run my web app: ID4014: A SecurityTokenHandler is not registered to read security...
  • Wiki Page: Get Started with Windows Identity Foundation (WIF)

    Table of Contents Getting Started Next steps Resources Important : WIF will not run on Windows XP. Getting Started First download and install the Identity Developer Training Kit (Microsoft Download Center). The identity and access control products and services covered in this...
  • Wiki Page: CRM 2011: How to Enable Verbose Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) Tracing for Claims-Based Authentication

    Overview When CRM 2011 is configured for claims-based authentication (CBA), Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) is utilized. When troubleshooting CBA, it may be necessary to gather tracing data from the CRM 2011 server. This article details the steps needed in order to create verbose WIF traces from...
  • Wiki Page: Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) Tools

    Table of Contents Tools VS components Security Token Service (STS) implementations Libraries Important : WIF will not run on Windows XP. Tools Fiddler Inspector for Federation Messages An inspector for typical federation messages for WS-Federation. Also has support for SAML 2...
  • Wiki Page: WIF and WCF

    Add resources you find useful, and/or rearrange the ones that are here, for example, by adding new sections. WIF = Windows Identity Foundation and WCF = Windows Communications Foundation. In WIF, there are two profiles viz. passive (browser) and active (web services i.e. WCF). Table of Contents...
  • Wiki Page: Install the Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) SDK

    To install the WIF SDK you must first install the WIF runtime which requires the .NET 3.5 framework to be installed. If the .NET framework is not installed before performing the WIF runtime, the KB974405 setup shows error "The update is not applicable to your computer." Follow these steps...
  • Wiki Page: Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) and Azure AppFabric Access Control Service (ACS) Content Map

    Subscribe for updates by RSS Send to friend by Email Share on Facebook Update: ACS content is live on MSDN and can be quickly accessed using human friendly URL - http://msdn.com/acs This article is a collection of resources that will help you to get up and running with Windows...
  • Wiki Page: Windows Identity Foundation (WIF): How to Protect Static Content with the Federation Authentication Module (FAM)

    Table of Contents Summary More Information Summary The most common scenario for protecting a web application with the Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) Federation Authentication Module (FAM) is to use ASP.NET content. Using FedUtil.exe (WIF SDK) to configure your web.config file works fine in...
  • Wiki Page: Windows Identity Foundation (WIF): A Potentially Dangerous Request.Form Value Was Detected from the Client (wresult="<t:RequestSecurityTo...")

    Symptoms While processing an RSTR (Request for Security Token Response), System.Web throws the following exception: System.Web.HttpRequestValidationException: A potentially dangerous Request.Form value was detected from the client (wresult="<t:RequestSecurityTo..."). at System...
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  • 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: Windows Identity Foundation (WIF): FedUtil.exe on Windows Server 2003 Fails: "Object Identifier (OID) is unknown."

    Symptoms Executing FedUtil.exe from the Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) SDK fails on a Windows Server 2003 system with the following error dialog: "Object Identifier (OID) is unknown." Cause FedUtil.exe and WIF utilize SHA256, and Windows Server 2003 does not natively...
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