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This example uses Microsoft Codename "Dallas", a service based on SQL Azure, to show how to integrate a web service with Microsoft AppFabric Access Control (AC), a part of the Azure Services Platform. It includes a WPF based Dallas browser, an AC management library, and a set of AC aware Dallas service proxy classes. Prerequisites include Visual Studio 2008 SP1, .NET Framework 3.5 SP1, Microsoft Windows Identity Foundation and WPF Toolkit June 2009 Release.


Welcome to Fabrikam Jets!


This example shows how AppFabric Access Control (AC) can be used to provide identity federation, trust delegation, service authorization and integration with Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS), to control access to services based on Windows Azure

In the example, a fictitious company named Fabrikam Jets uses the Dallas Portal, AC and ADFS, to grant employees of another fictitous company, named Contoso Marketing, access to services provided by
Microsoft Codename "Dallas" at Fabrikam's expense, using Windows authentication for the Contoso employees, without exposing Fabrikam's Dallas account keys, which are secrets. It also shows how Fabrikam can revoke the privilege later.

Prerequisites

To run the example, you must have the following prerequisites installed on your machine:


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