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Role-Based Security

Business applications often provide access to data or resources based on credentials supplied by the user. Typically, such applications check the role of a user and provide access to resources based on that role. The common language runtime provides support for role-based authorization based on a Windows account or a custom identity. Before reading this section, make sure you understand the material presented in Key Security Concepts.

Introduction to Role-Based Security

Provides an overview of .NET Framework role-based security.

Principal and Identity Objects

Explains how to set up and manage both Windows and generic identities and principals.

PrincipalPermission Objects

Describes how to implement permission objects declaratively and imperatively.

Role-Based Security Checks

Describes how to implement security checks declaratively, imperatively, or by directly accessing a principal object.

Interoperation with COM+ 1.0 Security

Provides an overview of how COM+ 1.0 security interoperates with the .NET Framework.

Key Security Concepts

Introduces fundamental concepts you must understand before using .NET Framework security.

Security Tools

Lists and briefly describes the security tools included in the .NET Framework.

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