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I tried MigrateUsersToClaims() method but was not successful. Users still cannot login. Then I tried this command and was successful! (as stated by Microsoft official) Convert-SPWebApplication -Identity "your-web-application-url" -To Claims -RetainPermissions WARNING: The conversion of web application and most of the users to Claims mode is completed. ...


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You shouldn't pass SharePoint credentials directly. Instead, what you can do is, define credentials for accessing REST API. The credentials can be used to fetch tokens which should be expired after sometime. And with this token you can call other REST methods to access data from your SharePoint. If the token is not valid, you can declined the request ...


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Be very careful with this design, as it's pretty tricky to do well. Though first, any site template can be used, as the site template doesn't affect authentication. Authentication. You could either: enable both forms and windows auth on the same web app. When a user went to the site, they would get a dropdown selection that asked them if they wanted to ...


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Do your users access SharePoint via FQDN (e.g. http://sharepoint.company.com)? Then you have to add the URL of the SharePoint to a registry key called AuthForwardServerList to get your clients authenticated automatically. See this MS support article for more details on this behavior. I would recommend you to test this on one client and then roll out the ...


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Hi you can try integrating your SharePoint site with any other popular external providers such as Facebook,Google, Microsoft Live ID etc and authenticate user's by Federated authentication mechanism. You can refer this blog for more details on it.


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You will have to set up an high trust app that uses S2S protocol, because your provider hosted app needs to be accessed only by users who has access to SharePoint, also the app will need permission to access the SharePoint resources. Follow this blog to set up an high trust provider hosted app.


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Microsoft has launched new Office 356 API which can be used for Authentication. Please check the below links, it will surely help you authenticating SharePoint from Mobile Apps without using the Azure ACS service, Although you will need to Azure to register the App so Azure Active Directory is used to authenticate and authorize users. Office 365 API ...



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