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We all know the first time that you navigate to a Microsoft SharePoint 2010 site that is secured with SAML claims, it redirects you to get authenticated to ADFS , get your claims. Your SAML identity provider, also known as identity provider security token service (IP-STS), does all that and then redirects you to SharePoint. The terms you are talking about ...


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I am currently struggling with getting Powerpivot working. This article says it requires classic mode auth enabled on the web app: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee210621.aspx I'm still running this to ground though, I want to make sure that if I have windows claims with kerberos enabled and configure the c2wts to allow kerberos delagation (see ...


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WindowsTokenLifetime: lifetime of tokens issued to logins that use Windows-based login LogonTokenCacheExpirationWindow: minimum lifetime of a token returned from the logon token cache. As title of both property is telling the story, one is actual setting and 2nd is cache of actual.Tokens which are currently valid, but will be expired after the time ...


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SPWebApplication app = SPContext.Current.Site.WebApplication; SPAlternateUrl u = app.AlternateUrls[Request.Url]; SPUrlZone zone = u.UrlZone; SPIisSettings settings = app.IisSettings[zone]; string components = Request.Url.GetComponents(UriComponents.Query, UriFormat.SafeUnescaped); string AuthProviderString; if (flag == 1) AuthProviderString = "SAML_STS"; ...



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