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Recording of webinar 'Secure and Personalize Your Silverlight App with WCF RIA Services' by Brian Noyes

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0 comments   /  Video with Brian Noyes   /  61 minutes  /  May 26, 2011
Tags:   wcf-ria-services , security , webinar , brian-noyes
Categories:   Data Access , Line-of-Business , General
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Watch a recording of Brian's webinar 'Secure and Personalize Your Silverlight App with WCF RIA Services' delivered on May 25th, 2011.

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In this webinar Brian Noyes explains how to secure both the server and client sides of your application. He demonstrates how your Silverlight application can join a secure session of a hosting web site or set up its own security context by logging in the user from the app. Next Brian goes onto how to use a RIA Services authentication domain service even if you are not using any other features of RIA services to perform user authentication and get roles and identity information back to the client to perform client side authorization such as disabling features based on the rights of the individual user. Finally, the webinar explains how to add user-specific settings and preferences and have easy access to those on the client side and persistence on the server side. 

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Brian Noyes

Brian Noyes

Brian Noyes is Chief Architect of IDesign, a Microsoft Regional Director, and Connected System MVP. He is a frequent top rated speaker at conferences worldwide including Microsoft TechEd, DevConnections, DevTeach, and others. He is the author of Developing Applications with Windows Workflow Foundation, Smart Client Deployment with ClickOnce, and Data Binding in Windows Forms 2.0. Brian got started programming as a hobby while flying F-14 Tomcats in the U.S. Navy, later turning his passion for code into his current career. You can contact Brian through his blog at http://briannoyes.net/ or on twitter @briannoyes.


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