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Microsoft SharePoint 2013: Developer Reference by Paolo Pialorsi

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Chapter 20. Claims-based authentication, federated identities, and OAuth

This chapter takes a detailed look at claims-based authentication and the security infrastructure behind Microsoft SharePoint apps. After a general overview, it focuses on web-based and HTTP-based scenarios. You will learn how to use Microsoft Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) 4.5 (the official Microsoft claims-based framework) to implement a simple Security Token Service (STS), as well as how to register that STS in SharePoint 2013 so that you can share a common single-sign-on infrastructure between multiple SharePoint sites and even third-party sites. In addition, you will learn how to federate with Windows Azure Access Control Services (ACS). Lastly, the chapter covers ...

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