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Custom Tokens

Although Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) natively supports X.509 certificates, Security Context Tokens, Kerberos tickets, and user name tokens as credentials, it is flexible enough to allow you to use your own custom credentials.

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How to: Create a Custom Token
Describes how to create a custom security token using the SecurityToken class, and how to integrate it with a custom security token provider and authenticator.

Build Date: 2011-06-25

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