Special Movember Episode - ASP.NET Authentication using ASP.NET Identity

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Join your guides Cory Fowler and Jaffe Worley as they talk to the product teams in Redmond as well as the web community.

This is a special week, Cory and Jaffe kick off Movember by shaving off their beards to help support men's health. Find out one of the best kept secrets of Windows Azure Web Sites during the Web Site Window with Amit Apple. During the main segment, Pranav Rastogi, takes us through an overview of the ASP.NET Authentication Provider enhancements known as ASP.NET Identity.

Big thanks to Rudy's Barbershop in Redmond for helping us out with a shave!

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    salemsalah

    Big Smile Big Smile

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    frederic hallot

    What I really miss is WSAT (Web Site Administration Tool)! I can understand that it is not compatible anymore with the new identity fx but it helped in doing very easily some local administration of users, roles and access that can't be done easily since it has gone! Is there a replacement foreseen for this essential tooling!

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    BogacG

    Doesn't ASP.NET Identity have social sign-in for Outlook.com just like Google and Facebook?

    I know OAuth for Outlook.com has been recently anounced (like September) but I think such a core feature of a Microsoft product should be here available.

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    Abdella

    Great video!

    Funny and very informative. 

    Please make more videos with ASP.NET Identity 2.0

     

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    codemasta

    Nice video....taking out SimpleMembership

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    Zakaria

    Where can I find the source code of this Special Movember Episode?

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    grahama

    Does anyone have an example of how to use the ASP.Net Identity with Windows Authentication? I can't find anything about this scenario anywhere ...

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