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Old May 26th, 2010, 06:08 PM
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Default Roles, Permissions, and authentication.

Hi there, Im new here.

I have question, whats the best way to manage roles, permissions and athentication of users using silverlight 4?

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I would say it would have to depend on your application architecture.

Though, it would only make sense to use the ASP.NET Membership provider along with the new WCF RIA services.

If you're on a closed network, and all users will be required to have login through Active Directory or some other form of authentication, you would need to go that route.
 
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Hi, thank you for you answer...

Its for a public access, I´m new using silverlight, before to begin with this, I make the authentication with asp, but I don´t have any idea how i can do it with silverlight+c#. I think that would be from server side, with c#. Im right?

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