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A Guide to Claims-Based Identity and Access Control by Eugenio Pace, Matias Woloski, Keith Brown, Vittorio Bertocci, Dominick Baier

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Appendix B. Message Sequences

Appendix B shows in detail the message sequences for the passive (browser-based) and active (smart) client scenarios. It also includes information about what the HTTP and, where applicable, Kerberos, traffic looks like as the browser or client, application, issuer, and Microsoft® Active Directory® communicate with each other.

The Browser-Based Scenario

Figure B-1 shows the message sequence for the browser-based scenario.

Message sequence for the browser-based scenario

Figure B-1. Message sequence for the browser-based scenario

Figure B-2 shows the traffic generated by the browser.

Figure B-2. HTTP traffic

The numbers in the screenshot correspond to the steps in the message ...

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