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I would like to configure Umbraco to use claims based authentication using OpenID connect protocols.
I have an Identity Provider (Identity Server 3) that implements single sign for the front-ends on some of our non-content driven web sites and I'm looking to introduce the same access control to our umbraco sites.
The closest I've seen to a solution is Shannon's https://github.com/Shazwazza/UmbracoIdentity package. However, I can't see how that works with my scenario where I have an external Identity Provider handling all member login and issuance of claims that can then be mapped to Umbraco roles to determine if a member is authorized to view a page.
Maybe this article can get you started : https://www.werkenbijvxcompany.nl/login-to-umbraco-backoffice-using-identityserver4/
Thanks. I had already taken a look at that article but it doesn't cover my use case.
I can see how Umbraco might be able to use Id Server to authenticate Back Office users using Umbraco's Account Link.
I'm interested in authenticating front end members using an external single sign on site, using claims issued there for a relying party, in this case a front end driven by Umbraco cms, to use for authorizing page access.
Haven't used Identity server my self. What I have done is using ASP.NET Identity with a custom user store for member logins. Most of my code is ripped from the UmbracoIdentity project
I'm interested in authenticating front end members using an external single sign on site
my task required to use OAuth2 to get the Token & Authorization Code.
Anybody got sample how to do this in Umbraco ?
Seems like you might be able use the SkyBrud umbraco package as a pattern for implementation, they connect with a bunch of external places for authentication.
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