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WF Security Pack CTP 1

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Released: Jun 30, 2010
Updated: Jan 19, 2011 by ronjacobs
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Release Notes

WF Security Pack CTP 1

The Microsoft WF Security Pack CTP 1 is the first community technology preview (CTP) release of a set of activities and their implementation based on Windows Workflow Foundation in .NET Framework 4 (WF 4) and the Windows Identity Foundation (WIF).

The Microsoft WF Security Pack CTP 1 contains both activities and their designers which illustrate how to easily enable various security-related scenarios using workflow, including:
  • Impersonating a client identity in the workflow.
  • In-workflow authorization, such as PrincipalPermission and validation of Claims.
  • Authenticated messaging using ClientCredentials specified in the workflow, such as username/password or a token retrieved from a Security Token Service (STS).
  • Flowing a client security token to a back-end service (claims-based delegation) using WS-Trust ActAs.

This is not a supported release and is intended to solicit feedback on this implementation for consideration in future releases. Please note that the Client Profile of the .NET Framework 4 is not sufficient since it does not satisfy the requirements for the Windows Identity Foundation (WIF).

Reviews for this release

I was searching for it! Just a query: why TokenFlowScope activity doesn't show its body in an hosted designer outside from VisualStudio (I'm using WorkflowStudio)?
by aramacciotti on Sep 30, 2014 at 1:20 PM
Thank you folks... This is an absolute necessity for real-world WF solutions.
by gakees on Oct 20, 2011 at 7:04 PM
Great activities! I could be usefull to have a NuGet package ;)
by JeremyJeanson on Jul 28, 2011 at 10:08 AM
Good stuff, would love to see a NuGet package for it though.
by oisin on Jul 15, 2011 at 4:03 PM
Wish I could give it's better than good and fills a gap that makes building secure services with WF that much more compelling.
by ZoinerTejada on Jul 21, 2010 at 11:52 PM