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How to create a claims aware custom WCF service for SharePoint 2010?

I have a SharePoint 2010 instance that is Claims enabled (ADFS). I am creating a WCF service that I need to deploy to SharePoint's _vti_bin directory. How do I make this WCF service claims aware? ...
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Ideal way to Secure Custom Application

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Is SPContext.Current Supposed to Be null in Custom WCF Service?

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I have a WCF service hosted in a Claims-enabled SharePoint 2010 webapp. Using wsHttpBinding I can get a console client to use Windows (Kerberos) authentication against the service. Within the ...