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- An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host
- Using C# HttpClient() from Sync and Async code
- C# Using Newtonsoft and dynamic ExpandoObject to convert one Json to another
- Response.Redirect throws an "Thread was being aborted"
- Unable to read data from the transport connection: The connection was closed
- Sitecore Links with LinkManager and MediaManager
- Unable to serialize the session state. In 'StateServer' and 'SQLServer' mode
Tag Archives: security
The Sitecore security model has not changed substantially since Sitecore 4. And yet I still find myself struggling every time I have to set up a website that require login, or where users require special access rights to parts of … Continue reading
Sitecore is using the standard .net security framework. This makes it easy to setup custom profiles on users, and to add custom profile properties. To do so, do the following: STEP 1: ADD A PROFILE TEMPLATE TO SITECORE Go to … Continue reading
The Sitecore security framework is based on the .NET security. Managing Authentication, Authorization, User Accounts and Roles can be done using the standard System.Web.Security namespace. But Sitecore also provides its own Security framework that you can use for easy manipulation … Continue reading
When you start to dig into the Sitecore security model, it is very understandable that large multinational corporations are using Sitecore, because Sitecore allows you to create a very granular security setup. UPDATE 2017-11-24: This article applies to Sitecore 6, … Continue reading
When Sitecore 6 came out, Sitecore changed the Security model dramatically. Sitecore now uses the .net security model, and on top of this they have built a set of classes to help with the assigning of roles and members. UPDATE 2017-11-24: … Continue reading