Hi there. The company I work for is looking at using AD LDS for authentication and permissions for 3 web applications we currently run.
The applications are very archaic and use MS SQL to store all data as well as passwords.
I am new to web applications and permissions. Can someone give me some detail as to how I would use AD LDS for authentication and to restrict access depending on the permission level? I would also like to know if there is a way to have a single sign on using AD LDS for all three websites?
The websites will be redeveloped but currently we are simply looking to improve security. I am unsure as to how permissions are currently done.
By the way, the websites hold confidential information so security is a priority.
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