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SharePoint 2010 Claims Based Services

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Dear All,

I would like to understand which are the service that are consuming Claims Authentication, as far I I know the following Services are consuming claims for delegation:


1- Excel Services
2- Performance Point
3- PowerPivot

I would like to know the complete list of the service that are claims consuming for delegation, because I would like to understand which are the mandatory constrained delegation we should use.
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If you have time, check out this white paper...I realise it's for implementing Claims Based..but it touches on what services consumed.

http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=229109
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Thank you for the information!! :)


The Claims based services are:

Excel Services
Visio Graphics Service
PerformancePoint Services
InfoPath Services

In addition, Business Connectivity Services can also use the Claims-to-Windows token service, but this can only be done with custom code within a .NET data source.
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