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I have an application that does LDAP authentication. The authentication is done on the code behind page of my Login.aspx page. Once the user passes LDAP authentication, a cookie is set and I redirect:
I would like to setup membership in my application and keep track of some user information. But due to company security requirements, I cannot store user passwords on my application. That must stay on the LDAP server only.
Is there a way to store users but disable password storage on the aspnet_membership table?
I have implemented an userNameAuthentication and custom AuthorizationPolicy for my WCF service, and works fine. What I would like to do is exclude some methods from authentication/authorization process and make them accessible to anonymous users.
Here is sample code:
// Service uses webHttpBinding
public class Service1 : IService1
[PrincipalPermission(SecurityAction.Demand, Role = "ADMIN")]
public string DoSomething(string val)
// I want this to be accessible to anonymous users, bypass authentication/authorization process
public int AddValues(int a, int b)
return HelperFuncs.Add(a, b);
How can I achieve this?
Thanks in advance.
Can I do the following, if I have 'this' within my web.config:
<forms loginUrl="Login.aspx" name=".ASPXFORMSAUTH" timeout="120"/>
I have website which is https://secure and it has a contect from http://nonsecure (youtube videos)
I get Security Warning in Internet explorer which I try to access youtube videos, is there any where I can bypass that warning programmatically,
Please let me know or any other alternatives.
I am using SharePoint 2007. I have enabled RMS for a SharePoint document library. I need to transfer a file from Library 1 to Library 2.
The IRM protected file transfers with IRM Policies meant for Library 1, and thus fails to open in Library 2.
How can I bypass the IRM policies on
and send a unprotected copy of the file to Library 2 ??
How can I make this work in SharePoint 2007 ?? Are there any workarounds ??