SharePoint Foundation 2010 design samples: Collaboration with classic authentication or with claims-based authentication
Design samples illustrating collaboration sites of SharePoint Foundation 2010 and using two forms of authentication.
- These design samples apply almost all of the logical architecture components and show how the components are incorporated into the overall design. The two samples show the same services and sites, but incorporate different authentication methods. One uses classic authentication and one uses claims-based authentication.
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|Foundation_2010_Design Sample_Collaboration_ClaimsAuth.pdf||276 KB|
|Foundation_2010_Design Sample_Collaboration_ClaimsAuth.vsd||6.84 MB|
|Foundation_2010_Design Sample_Collaboration_ClaimsAuth.xps||530 KB|
|Foundation_2010_Design Sample_Collaboration_ClassicAuth.pdf||409 KB|
|Foundation_2010_Design Sample_Collaboration_ClassicAuth.vsd||4.23 MB|
|Foundation_2010_Design Sample_Collaboration_ClassicAuth.xps||774 KB|
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