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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Authentication in SharePoint 2013

copy from http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=313915

Three types of authentication: User, App, Server-to-Server

User Authentication:

  • Windows claims-based authentication ( NTLM, KerberosAD , basic)
  • Forms-based authentication
  • SAML token-based authentication

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The key elements of SAML token-based authentication are the following:

  • Configure the IP-STS with the set of authentication providers (such as AD DS, databases, and others) corresponding to organization and partner accounts.
  • Configure the IP-STS with the set of relying parties corresponding to the web applications that use SAML token-based authentication and claims mappings. 
  • Configure the SharePoint 2013 farm with the token signing certificate of the IP-STS, the corresponding claims mappings as done on the IP-STS, and the name of the IP-STS as a trusted security token issuer.
  • Configure the web application with the name of the IP-STS as a SAML identity provider.
  • *Identity Provider STS (IP-STS) sts=security token service

App Authentication:

  • Low-trust Apps ( trust low-trust apps, you must have an Office 365 subscription > relies on the Windows Azure Access Control Service (ACS)
  • High-trust Apps( for Internet hosts )

Server-to-Server Authentication

Server-to-server authentication enables a new set of functionality and scenarios that utilize cross-server resource sharing and access, including the following:

  • eDiscovery Discover and place holds on content in the SharePoint farm, in Exchange Server 2013, on file shares, and in other SharePoint farms.
  • Exchange task synchronization Allows users to synchronize SharePoint Server 2013 and Project Server tasks with Exchange Server 2013 and have them appear in Outlook 2013.
  • Site mailboxes Provides SharePoint Server 2013 users with team email, hosted by Exchange Server 2013, on a SharePoint site.
  • SharePoint 2013 Hybrid Federated search, Business Connectivity Services, and Duet Online between an on-premises SharePoint 2013 farm and SharePoint Online.

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3 comments:

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Jerng Foong Wong said...

Hi Ng

Daniel here. Hope ur well. I saw your profile on LinkedIn

I'm coming from ERP domain (2-3 years) and want to go into Sharepoint work.

Question is, how possible for someone without Technical background to go into Sharepoint work? Is there a BA role in Sharepoint companies? How would a non-technical person start out in Sharepoint work?


Thanks plenty

--Daniel Wong

nsp said...

opss..daniel , just see your comment after so long...

SharePoint have very wide area you can work on... but mainly is SharePoint developer or SharePoint administrator /engineer .

normally the job scope is depending on different organization.

for non technical person can start up from end user , then site admin , site collection admin ...from here you can understand what shareopint can do for. >> this level more to SharePoint functionality .

SharePoint Admin need to have a knowledge on back end infrastructure support : server ,iis, sql, LOAD BALANCE , CLUSTERING , network , DNS , domain and so on...

beside this some company also need BA for SharePoint BI but this job not much in markert as i see.