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Remote web application accessing SharePoint with current user's credentials

Can we access SharePoint from a remote application with current user's credentials when user opens a remote page which has server-side CSOM user opens a remote page which has a server-side WCF ...
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Using 'Call HTTP Web Service' activity to call WCF service hosted on SP site with authentication

Hell guys, I have a WCF service deployed to SharePoint site exactly like in this tutorial - there is a .svc file deployed to ISAP folder (/_vti_bin virtual directory) and there is a class ...
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workflow consuming WCF Service in https - First Call takes too much time

I have a State machine Workflow that consumes a WCF Service in https (Basic Authentication, security mode transport). It works fine in our test environment, but it had problem in the integration ...
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Impersonation in a net.tcp WCF-service in a claims based/Kerberos solution

I have tried to keep this as short as possible, dont hesitate if you want more details. Im trying to get impersonation (of calling user) to work over a net.tcp WCF-Service in a Sharepoint ...
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BasicHttpBinding WCF services don't get NTLM challenge when hosted on a Claims enabled server

The service is hosted in /_vti_bin, and uses SharePoint's own BasicHttpBinding service host factory (MultipleBaseAddressBasicHttpBindingServiceHostFactory). According to Microsoft's guidance, three ...
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Pass user UPN claim to WCF service via BDC

I've finally managed to get my SharePoint system up and running so that it authenticates users with Kerberos and successfully passes that authentication along to a back-end WCF service. All end-users ...
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Why do I get a 401 error when calling a WCF service from a web part?

I have a SharePoint 2010 web part and WCF service deployed to a web application using Kerberos authentication. The service was developed based on the walkthrough from MSDN with the only difference ...