Single Sign-On is often considered the “holy grail” of authentication. Ranging from ASP.NET builtin features like Windows and Forms authentication to specialized protocols like OpenID or WS-Federation, ASP.NET developers have a lot of choices to implement this feature. As always every approach has its benefits and limitations. This talk takes a close look at the different options and where and how they can be applied.
You will learn:
- Options for SSO in ASP.NET
- Limitations of built-in authentication methods
- Federated authentication protocols