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Contoso is a medium-size furniture manufacturer. The developers for Contoso have been exploring building a new MVC5 ToDoList Web API and client applications that can use this API. However they want to be able to restrict access to the users of their on-premises Active Directory instance and use Active Directory as their Identity Provider. The developers already have a good understanding of OAuth and would like to leverage this for authentication.
To demonstrate the use of a native client with AD FS, we will build a WPF and Windows Store application using Windows Azure Authentication Library that allows a user to authorize access to a REST service with their AD account.
As part of the walkthrough we will also build a simple service that the client can call. The service provides a central location for a user to save their ToDo List, this service can be hosted on-premises or in the cloud.
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