In this final chapter, I explain how to perform authentication and authorization in ASP.NET applications. The functionality for these features is built into the core of ASP.NET and is consumed slightly differently depending on what kind of application you are building. There are a wide range of authentication models supported, but the one that I’ll demonstrate fully is Forms Authentication. This is the most flexible and the most suitable for Internet-facing applications.
KeywordsVisual Studio User Account Hash Code Profile Property Anonymous Authentication
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