Claims-Based Authentication in SharePoint 2010

  • Steve Wright
  • Dan Bakmand-Mikalski
  • Razi bin Rais
  • Darrin Bishop
  • Matt Eddinger
  • Brian Farnhill
  • Ed Hild
  • Joerg Krause
  • Cory Loriot
  • Sahil Malik
  • Matthew McDermott
  • David Milner
  • Ed Musters
  • Tahir Naveed
  • Mark Orange
  • Doug Ortiz
  • Barry Ralston
  • Ed Richard
  • Karthick Sethunarayanan

Abstract

This chapter is indented to give the reader an overview of the new claims-based authentication method available in SharePoint 2010. The claims world beyond SharePoint is large and varied. This chapter will not teach you everything there is to know about dealing with claims in SharePoint. This chapter will discuss when to use claims authentication, some of the most common steps to implementing it, and how to avoid some of the common pitfalls with working with claims. While not every possible scenario is covered, it should serve as a good foundation to help you avoid some of the common pitfalls.

Keywords

Migration Expense INISH 2EPEAT 

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Copyright information

© Steve Wright, Dan Bakmand-Mikalski, Razi bin Rais, Darrin Bishop, Matt Eddinger, Brian Farnhill, Ed Hild, Joerg Krause, Cory Loriot, Sahil Malick, Matthew McDermott, David Milner, Ed Musters, Tahir Naveed, Mark Orange, Doug Ortiz, Barry Ralston, Ed Richard, Karthick Sethunarayanan 2011

Authors and Affiliations

  • Steve Wright
  • Dan Bakmand-Mikalski
  • Razi bin Rais
  • Darrin Bishop
  • Matt Eddinger
  • Brian Farnhill
  • Ed Hild
  • Joerg Krause
  • Cory Loriot
  • Sahil Malik
  • Matthew McDermott
  • David Milner
  • Ed Musters
  • Tahir Naveed
  • Mark Orange
  • Doug Ortiz
  • Barry Ralston
  • Ed Richard
  • Karthick Sethunarayanan

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