The Microsoft Single Sign-On Service

  • Scot P. Hillier


In the previous chapter, you created a basic web part that accessed a database using credentials retrieved from properties of the web part. Although this made for a simple design, it required users to type their credentials in clear text directly into the property pane. As we stated several times, this technique is unacceptable for a production environment. This is where the Microsoft Single Sign-On (SSO) service comes in to play.


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