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.

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Claim Based Authentication - Object Model and Impact on existing Web Service

I have a farm in which is installed Sharepoint 2010 Foundation. On my principal app I have installed a web application that accepts windows authentication. On that application I installed my Web ...
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Trying to setup a webapp with mutliple authentication from powershell

I want to set up a web application that can be accessed from three kind of authentication on the default zone: anonymous Windows FBA (over a custom provider) and two other zones without the ...
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authentication between host-named site collection, https and http

Here's my situation and I'm wondering what the best way to solve it is. I have two domains and I'm trying to pass credentials between them. Maybe it's not possible, but here goes...... Domain One ...
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How can an InfoPath form get the Claims of the user who is logged in to SharePoint?

We have a document library that contains a list of proposals (InfoPath Forms). Users log in through SharePoint using Claims (Forms Auth, via an Extranet) who are from various organizations. The ...
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Custom Authorization for SharePoint document libraries not based on acls in content db

I need fine grained permissions on SharePoint document libraries not based on acls in the SharePoint content database. We maintain a seperate SQL Server database containing organizational structures ...
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Using a custom claims provider to populate user properties (Email and Display Name)

We have a custom claims provider that calls a web service in order to provide search and resolve for users being federated from ADFS. This web service provides names, email addresses, and AD security ...
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Custom Claim Provider - Claim Types Must Be Known at Install Time?

Question is pretty simple: when implementing a custom SPClaimProvider in 2010, do the claims have to be known at provider install time? Some background I had been spinning around getting nowhere ...