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I have solved the issue after spending couple of frustration hours on it. Finally, I am using the webHttpBinding and it's working fine in Windows Authentication as I have mentioned. And I am using client as Jquery AJAX. So, along with my request I am also passing RequestDigest and it fixed my issue. Now, all good. Hope this will help!
In terms of getting you started, I would suggest breaking this into manageable items. Getting Started Building a WCF Web Service Shows how to create a very simple web service using WCF. Shows how to host this web service using IIS. Determining Caller Identity within a WCF Web Service Enhances the example so that the Web service can ...
unfortunately it seemed to be a cache account issue, but after a deep look in the ULS, I finally understood the rootcause. just before the HTTP 302 redirection to AccessDenied page, I've spotted this following stacktrace which show that the redirection to access denied page is due to an exception while trying to reach an SPList. at ...
You can compare that with a namespace in code. You should have something that is unique enough for your deployment, so that it does not collide with other claims providers. If you have a domain name that you own, you can use that as the base url and then add /claims/yourclaimsname at the end
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