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.
In This Section
- 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.