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DiscountASP–Winner of my daily WTF today
Today I tried to put up simple ASP.NET MVC application to DiscountASP shared hosting. It all started well but ended with most strange security and server architecture I’ve ever seen. I don’t want to insult them but it is really shocking and unexpected...
ASP.NET MVC: How to implement invitation codes support
Last Christmas I blogged about how to make ASP.NET MVC users authorized only if they have profiles created . This works well on public sites where everybody can be user. Sometimes we don’t want to let all users to our system even when they were correctly...
Book Review: Programming Windows Identity Foundation
Programming Windows Identity Foundation by Vittorio Bertocci is right now the only serious book about Windows Identity Foundation available. I started using Windows Identity Foundation when I made my first experiments on Windows Azure AppFabric Access...
ASP.NET and WIF: Showing custom profile username as User.Identity.Name
I am building ASP.NET MVC application that uses external services to authenticate users. For ASP.NET users are fully authenticated when they are redirected back from external service. In system they are logically authenticated when they have created user...
ASP.NET MVC: Using ProfileRequiredAttribute to restrict access to pages
If you are using AppFabric Access Control Services to authenticate users when they log in to your community site using Live ID, Google or some other popular identity provider, you need more than AuthorizeAttribute to make sure that users can access the...
Identifying AppFabric Access Control Service users uniquely
In my last posting about AppFabric Labs Access Control Service I described how to get your ASP.NET MVC application to work with ACS . In this posting I will dig deeper into tokens and claims and provide you with some helper methods that you may find useful...
ASP.NET MVC 3: Using AppFabric Access Control Service to authenticate users
I had Windows Azure training this week and I tried out how easy or hard it is to get Access Control Service to work with my ASP.NET MVC 3 application. It is easy now but it was not very easy to get there. In this posting I will describe you what I did...
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