Assembly: System.Web.Security.SingleSignOn (in System.Web.Security.SingleSignOn.dll)
Gets the authority that originally authenticated the client. This is the URI of either the account realm or the account store.
Gets the authentication method used by the client to originally authenticate to its account authority.
Gets the authentication type used to authenticate the client. This property returns WebSSO.
Gets information regarding whether the client has been authenticated using the WS-Federation Passive Requester Profile.
Used by the Web application to get the default name of the client authenticated using the WS-Federation Passive Requester Profile. This is the primary identity claim in the user’s security token.
Used by the Web application to get the name type of the client authenticated using the WS-Federation Passive Requester Profile. This is the type of the user’s primary identity claim. For example: UPN, Email, Common Name.
Gets a collection of security properties for the claims possessed by the authenticated client.
Used by the Web application to get the URL of the Logon Server for the client to sign in. This URL contains the signin protocol parameters.
Used by the Web application to get the URL of the Logon Server for the client to sign out. This URL contains the signout protocol parameters.
Gets a Windows Identity property when the application has been configured as a Claims-aware application as well as a Windows NT 4.0 token based application. ASP.NET applications can access the Windows NT token of the user with the UPN from the token.
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