I am very interested in how we can use NetSqlAzMan to act as a ClaimsAuthorizationManager as part of an overall architecture that uses AD for authentication with ADFS acting as an STS and NetSqlAzMan providing the authorization rules policy engine.
Is it possible for authorization decisions to be made by .NetSqlAzman by creating a custom class inheriting from ClaimsAuthorizationManager and passing the AuthorizationContext in?
Peviousy I have read that there is a problem with NetSqlAzman only supporting WindowsIdentity however since the hierarchy of IIdentity has been changed in .NET 4.5 perhaps this is now possible?
I have been looking for guidance on how to work alongside Windows Identity Foundation since there is no concrete implementaiton of a ClaimsAuthorizationManager included in the framework and there appears to be very limited information on how one might be
I am honestly amazed that Microsoft have not shipped an implementaiton of an authorizationmanager however perhaps this is a great opportunity for .NetSqlAzMan to fill that gap?