New answers tagged claims-based-auth
Are you using a internal CA for your certificates? Could you test one thing? Install Fiddler (http://fiddler2.com/) on your workstation, enable SSL debugging (tools - options - HTTPS - Decrypt HTTPS traffic). If you can open your library in Explorer after this then you have a SSL trust issue. Fiddler replaces the certificate with its own and where the ...
Jason, This works for me. The key is that you must set the parameter for the user name before the query runs. It the parameter is empty it will run as the service account. Ensure that your connection does not run by default (this is the checkbox in the wizard that is checked by default). You should run the query by rule after setting the user name. Recheck ...
Try to open the site while you are running Fiddler (http://fiddler2.com/). If the site is referencing any outside content ( .jpg etc ) it needs to authenticate which brakes your login procedure. In almost every anonymous troubleshooting I have ever participated in, this was the culprit. It should be pretty clear in the main screen of the Fiddler program.
It definitely is possible to have item level permissions based on a claim just like you ask. However, please consider the performance impact as this is "Fine Grained Permissions" and is one of the things to avoid if at all possible. Read this excellent Best practices for using fine-grained permissions in SharePoint Server 2013 guide on technet. I recommend ...
Top 50 recent answers are included