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the user would be belong to a group to access the site so verify if the user have been included to any of the group using sp services the below code would help var selector = 'Group[ID=\'' + GroupId+ '\']'; $().SPServices({ operation: "GetGroupCollectionFromUser", userLoginName: $().SPServices.SPGetCurrentUser(), async: false, completefunc: ...


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Keep me signed in uses cookies to keep a user signed in...so this is only an issue for users who share their computer with other users. In situations where users are sharing computers it should already be standard policy to log out of any sensitive apps and accounts that shouldn't be accessible to other users... I don't see any real security flaw here. ...


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The best way to handle logins from iOS & other non-domain-joined devices is to use client certificates. SharePoint itself does not support login via certificates which is why you need an intermediary (e.g. TMG / AD FS). The easiest -but not perfect solution- is to keep relying on NTLM login and enable Kerberos - at least the user would not have to login ...


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There are many variations you can take with this - and really you need to consider more than just your content. For true separation: I would have a dedicated DC to manage service accounts. I would break up my DMZ behind firewall contexts with a reverse proxy publishing SharePoint at the edge. proxy/firewall -- SP Server -- Firewall -- SQL/DC For true ...


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This issue is resolved .I tracked the requests and responses by SharePointOnlineCredentials class in CSOM using fiddler and followed the same.



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