How can I access accepting ActiveDirectories in my ASP.NET app for membership? RRS feed

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  • User-1608281605 posted

    Hi all;

    We have a hosted ASP.NET Web API 2 application that many companies use. We are adding more sophisticated user authorization which will lead to these companies need to add a lot of users. And groups to put these users in.

    The obvious solution is to somehow tie to their ActiveDirectory so they set permissions for users and groups in their domain. This way when they update a groups members and/or delete a user, it carries over to our system.

    So this is not a one time copy across. This would be a live connection. Preferably with the ability to write back some permissions we use to the users/groups (this is nice to have, not required).

    Is there a way to do this? We're hosted on Azure if that makes a difference.

    And if there is, we also need the ability to let them define users/groups directly on our system. Primarily for the companies that don't have ActiveDirectory or are unwilling to connect it to us.

    So what should we use for that?

    thanks - dave

    Monday, August 8, 2016 11:31 AM


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