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Single Sign On (SSO) for cross-domain ASP.NET applications: Part-II - The implementation

, 4 Oct 2010 CPOL
Implementation approach of a domain independent Single Sign On (SSO) for ASP.NET applications.
sso.zip
sso
SSOLib
bin
Debug
SSOLib.dll
Properties
Settings.settings
Service References
SSOLib.csproj.user
Web References
Service
AuthService.disco
AuthService.wsdl
Reference.map
UserStatus.datasource
WebUser.datasource
www.domain1.com
App_Code
App_Data
aspnet_client
system_web
4_0_30319
Bin
SSOLib.dll
Pages
style
www.domain2.com
App_Data
aspnet_client
system_web
4_0_30319
Bin
SSOLib.dll
Pages
style
www.domain3.com
App_Data
aspnet_client
system_web
4_0_30319
Bin
SSOLib.dll
Pages
style
www.sso.com
App_Code
App_Data
aspnet_client
system_web
4_0_30319

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