Claims-based identity is a common way for applications to acquire the identity information they need about users inside their organization, in other organizations, and on the Internet. It also provides a consistent approach for applications running on-premises or in the cloud.

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WCF service in claims-enabled SharePoint app

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 ...
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How to modify user account in FBA authentication

I have an installation of Sharepoint Foundation 2010 configured in Mixed Authentication (Windows + Form Based). I would like to know how to modify the account of a FBA user like this one ...
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How to map Claims to SPUser object?

I have SharePoint 2010 with Claims Authentication (SAML / AD FS v2). I have made an incoming mapping for UPN, Role, CommonName. I want to show the user's "DisplayName" in the right corner (the Name on ...
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claims authentication

We are using claims authentication which means sp-sts authenticates the user. we have a custom membership provider that authenticates but we want to change the username. we tried setting the name ...
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How can we use facebook login to authenticate to SharePoint

I know SharePoint 2010 has claims based authentication. First off, is it possible to use facebook as the authentication mechanism in SharePoint 2010? If it is possible what are the steps needed from ...
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User Profile Synch for Claims Based accounts

The situation: I have a SharePoint 2010 Claims Based Web Application with 2 authentication methods enabled: Windows Authentication and a Trusted Identity Provider. I have enabled User Profiles and ...
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SharePoint 2010 Service Application Proxy & My Site Settings

I have a SharePoint 2010 site configured with Claims based FBA. I have also made My Site work with FBA. My question is: In 2007 I would create a separate SSP for FBA-based My Site and set all ...
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User Profile Synchronisation to Multiple Domains

I cannot find a definitive trusted resource that specifies whether or not the FIMS service can sync with multiple domains. Has anyone got any good information on this? Also if we sync to an AD source ...