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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SharePoint 2013 Kerberos Setup Issue - NT AUTHORITY\ANONYMOUS LOGON

Facing issues while configuring the Kerberos . The process is as below ASP.Net full trust farm solution deployed on SharePoint 2013 App Server (IIS 8) connects to SQL Server 2008 R2 Database 1. ...
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SharePoint 2010 Organizational Browser Web Part on non-MySite Claims Based start at a defined username

SharePoint 2010 Organizational Browser Web Part on non-MySite Claims Web Application. To get this working first of all I needed to use the following Javascript into the It's been used for the ...
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Windows Claims / Forms Claims - Augmentation - How to

Can claims augmentation be used to "map" a Windows Claim to a Forms Claim? Scenario: WebApp1: Forms Claims Auth (LDAP Provider) WebApp2: Windows Claims Auth With Claims Augmentation, can I make ...
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Remote App using CSOM against SP2013 with Claims

We have a few applications that currently use managed code CSOM against SP2010 - think of SharePoint as simply a large file store. The UI is not used at all and all the functionality for the remote ...
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Claim Types in Sharepoint 2010

I am currently working on SAML2.0 to SAML1.0 conversion.How can i define my own Claim Type. Currently there are few claim types which can be passed and understood by sharepoint ...
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Convert classic authentication to claims (ADFS) considerations

      I have a question because what I would like to ask is not very well documented on the Internet. I have recently been working on a migration of a classic auth. NTLM ...
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InfoPath 2010 and SharePoint 2013 Claims Based

I cant get InfoPath 2010 to auto populate current user in SharePoint 2013, It keeps populating service account. I know this has to do with claims based auth but I can't see any reasonably workaround ...
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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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Getting the exception: “Operation is not valid due to the current state of the object” when calling SPUtility.GetPrincipalsInGroup()

When calling the method: Microsoft.SharePoint.Utilities.SPUtility.GetPrincipalsInGroup(SPWeb web, String input, Int32 maxCount, Boolean& reachedMaxCount) I get the following stack trace: ...
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How to implement openid providers with Sharepoint?

I need to implement Openid providers with Sharepoint . The implementation would be something similar to Sharepoint.Stackexchange site. The user clicks http://sgdf.com and user should be taken to a ...
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Claims Based Authentication in SharePoint 2013 Online Not working anymore

I'm trying to connect an application (desktop application) to SharePoint 2013 sites. I have a client webservice, the issue is Claims Based Authentication in SharePoint 2013 does not work: ...
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Sharepoint - SAML Authentication

I have a Sharepoint web application running on SAML security (based on user e-mail). I have a problem with one user that is not managing to log-in. Basically the IT admin, have done a mistake and have ...
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Cannot call CreateSite with dual-zone authentication enabled

I have a web application set up with two extended zones (Default/Internet and Intranet). The default zone uses claims authentication (for external users) and the intranet zone uses windows auth. When ...
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SPUtility.GetPrincipalsInGroup not working when claims authentication is enabled

Method SPUtility.GetPrincipalsInGroup can be used to resolve users that belongs to a AD Group. However, when claims authentication is enabled, this method doesn't work as expected. Is there another ...
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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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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 ...
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SharePoint redirects to error.aspx when no cookie present for office addins web browser control

I am new to SharePoint and facing an issue with SharePoint claims authentication redirection. Scenario - If I clear cache of IE browser, and login into chrome and open a word file for edit. MS Word ...
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Claims to Windows Token service error in CA running as local system account

I received the warning in CA about the c2WTS running as the local system account. On the msdn article http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee517278.aspx it says: It must be started manually and ...
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Custom Claims treated as groups?

I have claims-based authentication using a Trusted Identity Provider (more precisely: it's SAML-based authentication) and a custom claims provider that augments the user's claim with additional ...
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Incoming email - Access denied though user has access to doc lib

I am running into a problem with incoming email and SharePoint 2013. I have it configured OK in that email is successfully arriving to the SharePoint server. However, when Sharepoint, presumably, ...
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For a Claims ID, does an issuer have consistent claim encoding?

I've read that a claim consists of Claim Type, Claim Value Type, Provider, Name of Original Issuer and Claim Value. Except for Claim Value, does the other parts all remain consistent given the same ...