The .NET developer's guide to identity

Friday, 16 June 2006, 3:48 AM EST

This is a roadmap for developers and architects who want to learn how to build identity-aware applications on the Microsoft Windows platform. From authentication and authorization to federated identity, you'll discover techniques that can be used today and in the future to leverage identity infrastructure such as Active Directory. This reduces the need to build your own identity infrastructure, which only fragments identity and leads to silos and higher costs. Throughout this roadmap, you'll find links to other resources that provide more detail.

At MSDN.

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