Chapter 4. Advanced ASP.NET Programming

Now that most technicalities are out of the way, we can focus on intended usage of the product for addressing a wider range of scenarios.

This chapter resumes the architectural considerations that drove Part I of the book, “Windows Identity Foundation for Everybody,” by tackling more complex situations. I’ll assume you are now familiar with the flow described in Chapter 3. I’ll give you concrete indications about how to customize the default behavior of Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) to obtain the desired effect for every given scenario.

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