SharePoint Claims Based Authentication Architectures Explained – Part 8 – Design Principles for Claims Based Applications
It can prove to be difficult to give guidance in the area of designed claims due to the fact that they work independently off of a given application. This next section is going to help answer questions you may have though and to offer a look at some different Read More...
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Dec 08 2009, 12:33 PM
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