Vittorio Bertocci

Scatter thoughts

January, 2007

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    Cardspace, Orcas和学中文字

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    [for my usual readers: yes, this is Chinese. That's intentional :-)] <对不起我的不对用语> 你好!我叫维托里奥,我建筑学的启动子在Microsoft corp. 我特化是Windows Server,格外Windows Cardspace, WCF, WF和崭新Orcas. 我去年会面了多顾客在上海,深圳,香港,台北,新加坡...我查出了我喜爱中国文明. 我上九月俶识字中文字.我每天读书不过稍微,十分钟.艰巨! 但是我要识字...
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    UniqueID and PPID

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    [edit: Caleb points out that I could be clearer in stating that using just the PPID for authenticating requests is truly a bad idea, and I have to agree. Language hardening in progress..] In short: When you register users by using their information...
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    UniqueID maintenance in the store

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    The comments to my blog stopped working. I am working on it, but in the meanwhile here there's the answer to a comment left by Matt to my former post on PPID vs UniqueID . Monday, January 15, 2007 6:55 AM by Matt Ellis # re: UniqueID and PPID ...
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    Want to play with a real IP-STS in the cloud? Help yourself!

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    Hervey , Dennis and their team just went live with, no pun intended, the all new & improved live labs STS !! While the former incarnation was a pure resource STS, this is a full fledged Identity Provider STS. If you have a Live ID, you can go throught...
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    Jumping on the Opinity bandwagon

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    I got my Opinity profile: http://vibro.opinity.com/ :-). The idea of a reputation profile is very nice per se, but what really made me make my move was learning that they support self issued cards along with OpenID ! Try it, you'll discover how handy...
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    Using Simple STS and managed cards with the simple WPF sample

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    Well, what a alliterative title :-) I've been asked in several occasions how to use managed cards, and specifically the simple STS sample , together with the surprisingly popular WPF smartclient sample . It is not especially difficult: few changes...
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