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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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Chapter 3. Claims-Based Single Sign-On for the Web

This chapter walks you through an example of single sign-on (SSO) for intranet and extranet Web users who all belong to a single security realm. You’ll see examples of two existing applications that become claims-aware. One of the applications uses forms authentication, and one uses Windows authentication. Once the applications use claims-based authentication, you’ll see how it’s possible to interact with the applications either from the company’s internal network or from the public Internet.

Note

For SSO, the issuer also creates a session with the user that works with different applications.

This basic scenario doesn’t show how to establish trust relationships across enterprises. (That is discussed ...

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