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ASP.NET Security

Topic: ASP.NET Security

Location: Desert Code Camp - May 2006, Phoenix, AZ


There are multiple options for managing authentication and authorization on the Microsoft .NET platform and choosing the right security model for your application can prove to be a daunting task.

This session will take an in-depth look at the various options available for addressing authentication and authorization on the .NET Framework using ASP.NET User and Web Services.

A general discussion on the various security models available with a detailed focus on successfully implementing the trusted subsystem model in the enterprise intranet built on Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 will provide the audience with a solid understanding of this model and potential pitfalls to avoid in its implementation.


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