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Rule Based Security using Microsoft Enterprise Library and CAS

, 7 Nov 2008 CPOL
In this article I’ll explain a solution to secure web applications using custom membership and role providers with the Enterprise Library Security Application Block and code access security.
Sample_Project.zip
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Microsoft.Practices.EnterpriseLibrary.Common.dll
Microsoft.Practices.EnterpriseLibrary.Security.dll
Shokr.Security.RuleBasedSecurity.dll
Shokr.Security.RuleBasedSecurity.pdb
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Shokr.Security.RuleBasedSecurity.csproj.user

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About the Author

Ahmed Shokr
Architect INC Technologies
Kuwait Kuwait
+7 years of experience in designing and implementing Microsoft Based Solutions.
+5 years of experience in SharePoint implementations from MCMS 2002 to the latest version.
+3 years of experience as presales and technology advisory.
Strong analytic, design and client facing skills.
Strong record in consultation and presales with associated Gulf business understanding and market analysis.
Worked closely with Microsoft Kuwait & Qatar Offices SSPs, PTAs, PAMs and SAMs.
Extensive experience in BizTalk Server 2009, SSAS, PerformancePoint Services and Excel Services.
Active member in the Virtual Technology Specialist and Customer Immersion Experience programs.
Strong record in team leading and projects supervision.

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