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I dont think you can use authentication.asmx in that fashion by itself. I think you would need to create a custom authentication provider that could look for and consume the cookie. Another approach is similar to what @Nikhil is suggesting but instead of using ADFS you use a reverse proxy. TMG used to be a goto here, but MS has discontinued that. Other ...
If you add the membershipprovider settings to the intranet zone's web.config, you can use the FBA Pack to manage your users on that zone. To use the SharePoint tools to add forms users, you could add Forms Based Authentication to the zone, but use a custom login page. For the custom login page, just point it to SharePoint's built in Windows Authentication ...
If you are looking for SSO like scenario ,i think you can implement SAML . Pass the SAML token to Sharepoint(Relying party) , when users login to the third party application(Identity Provider) or click on some link on third party appliction to enter your SharePoint site.
Instead of a network credential, you will need a SharePoint Online Credential: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/microsoft.sharepoint.client.sharepointonlinecredentials_members(v=office.15).aspx
There seems to be some confusion because Forms-based Authentication IS claims-based authentication too. As a matter of fact, the default authentication method for SharePoint 2013 is claims-based authentication, which include 3 forms of authentication: Windows, FBA and Trusted Providers (i.e. SAML tokens) Also, SharePoint has NEVER been responsible for ...
Use claims based authentication for web application and have your client send SAML tokens . The client(Identity Provider) can send you (email,role claims) and Sharepoint (Service Provider) can trust them .After establishing the trust , add the users to sharepoint group so the user can access your site. By using SAML the SSO requirement is also satisfied.
You should be understanding the concept of Authentication Providers in Sharepoint which makes use of claims based authentication. For your requirement you need to implement SSO for your application which would be done by STS in Sharepoint 2010.You need to implement and get the SAML2.0 token from Identity provider(that is where your employees login ...
The best approach is SAML for all users. With ADFS & IE setup correctly, the managed PC log-in experience can be seamless (Integrated NTLM), which is likely what you are looking for.
When you are configuring a BCS connection via SharePoint Designer you get 3 options, one of which is "Connect with impersonated custom identity." This option allows you to create a SQL Server or other account type (i.e. not a Windows AD account) and store those credentials in the Secure Store Service Application. The Secure Store keeps these credentials in a ...
To set up you SharePoint application page to allow anonymous access, the key here is that you cannot use the default LayoutsPageBase base class for your page because it would trigger SharePoint to prompt anonymous users to log on. Instead, you need to use another base class for your anonymous application page called UnsecuredLayoutsPageBase. You can find ...
If the SharePoint server and the client PC are not in the same Active Directory forest, then you will always get this if you are using Windows authentication. If you are using Internet Explorer you should ensure that the server is listed in the Trusted Sites on the Security tab of Internet Options. If you are using FireFox or Chrome or another browser, you ...
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