Securing Windows Store Applications and REST Services with Active Directory

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Description

Learn how to develop SaaS and enterprise Windows Store apps with the Active Directory Authentication Library (ADAL) to connect with Active Directory Federation Services or Windows Azure Active Directory to authenticate the user to on-premises or cloud hosted web services. Learn how to take advantage of new security enhancements including multi-factor authentication and personal devices registration for workplace access. Take a peek under the cover to see how OAuth 2.0 is used to secure the REST web service calls: you’ll discover that it is simple to apply all you have seen on a variety of device platforms.
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Day:

3

Level:

300

Session Type:

Breakout

Code:

3-518

Room:

North Hall: 132

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    sureshballa

    This is a great session and nice to see how we can leverage new OAuth 2 end point of ADFS server of server 2012. I have a question, how can I leverage this token validation in ASP.NET Web API 2 if I had to use on premise ADFS of Server 2012 rather than Windows Azure Active Directory.

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    Dawn2013

    Gotta absorb awhile -

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