Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Claims-Aware ASP.NET Web Applications using Windows Identity Foundation

I was recently researching for a definitive MSDN article on how to implement a Claims-Aware ASP.NET Web Application using Windows Identity Foundation (now built into .NET v. 4.5) and I came across this article:

The article provides links to implementing this using ASP.NET Web Forms, ASP.NET MVC both with WIF as well as with Forms Authentication!

Unfortunately, no code samples are provided and no additional details are provided regarding how to customize the Claims information any further, so these articles definitely leave a lot to be desired, but it should at least get you started working with Claims-Aware ASP.NET Web Applications!!

If you want some more detailed information about how to customize this further, you can check out articles similar to this one:

1 comment:

  1. I saw the same link, and had some trouble following it. I had Visual Studio 2015 and .net 4.6. Is there an updated procedure for the my tools version?