Even More “Things to Do When you Change the SharePoint STS Token Signing Certificate”

I recently changed the token signing certificate in my farm…it having expired from when I first changed it, since that is required to set up the trust with ACS in SharePoint Online for low trust apps and SharePoint hybrid features.  Assume the longer the sentence the more unhappy I am about having to do it… …

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Using ADAL Access Tokens with o365 REST APIs and CSOM

Many fine folks were generous enough to point out to me this week that you can now (actually since June’ish I’m told) use an access token you get from ADAL in conjunction with the o365 APIs to use ALSO with the SharePoint REST API as well CSOM.  Shocking!!  This may be what they call “asleep…

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Desktop SharePoint Apps for SAML Secured SharePoint Sites

Continuing on with the theme of SAML secured SharePoint sites and SharePoint Apps, this next posting looks at another common application model, which is using what I call a desktop app to connect to SharePoint.  By “desktop”, I mean an app that doesn’t have an HttpContext, like a console application or winforms app.  It could…

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Developing Low Trust Provider Hosted Apps with SAML Authentication in SharePoint 2013

Low trust provider hosted apps in a SAML secured SharePoint web application is a scenario that did not work when SharePoint 2013 was released.  Things have changed fortunately, so here's a quick run down on what you need to do in order to build these apps on premises.  The first thing you need to do…

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An Updated ClaimsTokenHelper for SharePoint 2013 High Trust Apps and SAML

When Visual Studio 2013 came out, it introduced a new class and simplified methods for obtaining a ClientContext to use with the Client Side Object Model (CSOM) to access SharePoint 2013 sites.  A new SharePointContext class was added to simplify the programming model, but internally it still called the TokenHelper class that originally shipped with…

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Configuring SharePoint Hosted Apps with SAML Authentication in SharePoint 2013

NOTE:  This is a sampling of some content we're preparing for working with SharePoint Apps and SAML authentication.  More content will be coming, and once everything is packaged up and a distribution channel determined I'll post a general announcement on the Share-n-Dipity blog. The concept of using SAML authentication with SharePoint-hosted apps was been a…

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Developing and Deploying Multiple SharePoint 2013 Apps to a Single Azure Web Site

Today’s topic is one that came about after I heard some folks kind of unhappy about using Azure web sites as a platform for SharePoint 2013 provider-hosted apps.   The unhappiness as was really just about the fact that you only get 10 Azure web sites for free and some folks were thinking that this meant…

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CloudTopia: Connecting o365, Apps, Azure and Cortana – Part 5

In Part 4 of this series we looked at the integration with various Azure services in the CloudTopia app.  In this part we are going to explore all of the integration that was done with Office 365 and how we did it.  Here's some quick links to the whole series: Intro Open Graph Web API…

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CloudTopia: Connecting o365, Apps, Azure and Cortana – Part 6

In Part 5 of this series we looked at all of the different ways in which CloudTopia is integrated with Office 365 through our custom Web API REST controller.  We’re going to wrap up this series with a little sizzle, and look at the custom Windows Phone app we wrote to work with CloudTopia using…

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