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AppFabric: Access Control Service

  • Tejaswi Redkar
  • Tony Guidici

Abstract

Access Control Service (ACS) provides a facility for abstracting your authentication code, as well as mapping disparate claims from multiple identity providers into a single token and claim structure. In addition to saving you the trouble of writing code to authenticate to many identity providers, this makes it easier to write your authorization code, as you can expect to receive a consistent set of claims from ACS.

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Access Control Identity Management Service Consumer Utility Company Identity Provider 
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  • Tejaswi Redkar
  • Tony Guidici

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