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Adam Likes SAML

Indeed I do. So much, I will be writing a series of articles dedicated to SAML and SharePoint integration. Well, I don’t know if it will be a series in order, but I wrote a large shared class library for general SAML / SharePoint functionality that will help you write SAML applications for SharePoint / that target SharePoint, and I will be writing articles around how to use the base class library. Some of the articles will be going over what SAML is, how it used in business cases, and others will be 100% dedicated to SAML / SharePoint functionality.
I think people will find this concept interesting since it really expands the level of SharePoint security mechanisms that you can introduce into your environment. If you have any ideas about SAML / SharePoint integration, needs, or general ideas that you would like to see, it would be sweet to hear about em.

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  1. tristian o'brien says:

    yes please, i have just started out in digesting SAML 2.0 as a concept.

    from what i can glean from various sources is that it is the panacea to all those single sign on integration woes.

    i work in an environment where there are many external sites that are reached to via a link on the sharepoint portal. users want SSO, but each provider has a thick manual for their own particular take on SSO.

  2. Sherman Mohler says:

    Adam,

    I am new to your blog. How old is this posting, and have you written any of the followup articles? We are trying to perform SSO between a SharePoint Server and other applications, including a DNN based application. Sorry to pester you, butI cannot find a ‘search’ function on this website.

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