Demystified Series: WinForms App Single Sign On in 2 Lines of Code!
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Welcome to the Demystified Series where we seek to identify and present the strategic and critical pieces of information that a developer needs to get up and running, and feel confident, in building identity-aware, directory-enabled applications.
Many developers are unaware of two information rich objects available to them for role-based validation and that can also be leveraged to verify authenticated access, essentially single sign on (SSO), to their application because the user has already logged onto the desktop. These are the WindowPrincipal and WindowsIdentity objects. The purpose of this screencast is to demystify how to leverage the rich information these objects provide – starting with just 2 lines of code.
Sample code for this screencast is available here: