Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) Configuration – New Topic on MSDN
- Configuration for Windows Identity Foundation The topics in this section explain how to configure a Windows® Identity Foundation (WIF) relying party (RP) application using a configuration file. You can also configure an RP through classes exposed by WIF.
- How to Configure an ASP.NET Relying Party Application with Windows Identity Foundation provides information about the basic sections you must add to the Web.config file to configure an ASP.NET website to act as a WS-Federation relying party. This includes information about how to reference the Microsoft.IdentityModel assembly, how to register the appropriate HTTP modules, and how to create the configuration section, microsoft.identityModel, for WIF.
- Conventions provides information about common types, attributes, and elements used throughout the microsoft.identityModel section.
- Service Configuration provides information about how to create service-wide configuration settings using the <service> element.
- Security Token Handler Collection Configuration provides information about how to configure token handler collections using the <securityTokenHandlers> element.
- Security Token Handler Configuration provides information about how to specify configuration on individual security token handlers using a child element of the <add> element. Several of the built-in handlers support this feature and the elements that are used to configure them are discussed in this section.
- Federated Authentication Configuration