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Client Application Service

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 08, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application
 

 

Hi,

we are in the process of architecting a security framework for our applications and we are looking at the Client Application Services availbale i .NET.

 

If I decide to use the ASPNETSQLMemebrshiprovider would i be able to use a single application service for all my applications.

 

if so when an application uses the the application service to authenticate how will it identofy which applicatio to authenticate against.

 

Any suggestions will be grealty appreciated.

 

Jothi

 




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