SharePoint Server 2010 design samples: Corporate portal with classic authentication or with claims-based authentication
Design samples illustrating a typical corporate deployment of SharePoint Server 2010 and using two forms of authentication.
- These design samples illustrate a typical corporate deployment, with the most common types of SharePoint sites represented. The two samples differ only in the mode of authentication that is implemented -- one uses classic authentication and one uses claims-based authentication.
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|SPS_2010_Design Sample_Corporate Portal_ClaimsAuth.pdf||398 KB|
|SPS_2010_Design Sample_Corporate Portal_ClaimsAuth.vsd||8.89 MB|
|SPS_2010_Design Sample_Corporate Portal_ClaimsAuth.xps||727 KB|
|SPS_2010_Design Sample_Corporate Portal_ClassicAuth.pdf||302 KB|
|SPS_2010_Design Sample_Corporate Portal_ClassicAuth.vsd||6.25 MB|
|SPS_2010_Design Sample_Corporate Portal_ClassicAuth.xps||695 KB|
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Operating Systems: Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows XP
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