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Built-In Authentication and Authorization Providers in ASP.NET with the MVC Framework

, 5 Nov 2011 CPOL
If you’re not already doing so, you should seriously be using the the built-in Auth & Auth in ASP.NET. While the subject is fairly well covered, I continue to get several questions and comments related to creating accounts, logging in and permissions and when talking with other developers.
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For almost 30 years I have been working with computers, learning a myriad of languages and participating in various computing environments.

Though I have been mentoring other developers for the last decade, I have recently found a strong interest in writing and am learning to translate the fun of in-person teaching to something I can get into article form.

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