Last post Oct 26, 2016 04:11 AM by Nan Yu
Oct 25, 2016 02:33 PM|Faqundo|LINK
I am developing a webform application for an Entity.
This application will have different type of users, allowing them to access diferent forms or features of the application according their role. Though the application is inside a domain and Windows Authentication is an option, I was thinking to use Webform
Authentication. With Windows Authentication, every time I want to add an user or change an user role, the TI team has to be involved.
With Forms Authentication I only will have an Admin user that can add roles and users whenever we want. Is my approach correct? Should I combine two authorization modes? What type of authorization do you recommend?
Oct 25, 2016 04:20 PM|codemovement.pk|LINK
I would recommend ASP.Net identity the reason is ASP.NET Identity membership is newest approach to make membership system on right way. It solves previous problems and also support newest demands, like external login with existing Facebook, Google, Twitter
or Live login. Here are most important advantages of ASP.NET Identity:
Here is the simple article.
Hope it helps.
Oct 26, 2016 04:11 AM|Nan Yu|LINK
If you are using the ASP.NET Web Pages framework to build an Intranet site that will be hosted within your own corporate network (i.e. client machines and web server are in the same domain), you can use Integrated Windows Authentication .
Integrated Windows Authentication is the preferred approach to authentication whenever users are part of the same Windows domain as the server . Please refer to below links for more details and how to implement Windows Authentication in asp.net