Windows Azure Access Control Service

The Windows Azure Access Control Service provides a security federation mechanism that works across the enterprise and the Internet.
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The Windows Azure Access Control Service provides a security federation mechanism that works across the enterprise and the Internet.
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The Windows Azure Access Control Service (ACS) provides a security federation mechanism that works across the enterprise and the Internet. ACS allows you to use the identity providers that matter to you while implementing applications that rely on claims based authentication. Learn how to use ACS to federate identities stored in Active Directory, Facebook, Windows Live, Yahoo!, and in Google properties such as GMail and Google Applications.

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The Windows Azure Access Control Service (ACS) provides a security federation mechanism that works across the enterprise and the Internet. ACS allows you to use the identity providers that matter to you while implementing applications that rely on claims based authentication. Learn how to use ACS to federate identities stored in Active Directory, Facebook, Windows Live, Yahoo!, and in Google properties such as GMail and Google Applications.
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Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(114)
Duration
2h 10m
Released
4 Jan 2012
Course authors

Scott Seely is the president of The Jeanius Factory, Inc., a Microsoft Regional Director and a Microsoft MVP.

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