This chapter shows you how to leverage IIS's features when it comes to hosting your components in a secured environment. In this chapter, you learn how to enable basic HTTP sign-on and the more secure Windows-integrated authentication scheme, which is based on a challenge/ response protocol. You also see how to enable encrypted access by using standard SSL certificates at the server side.
You will also read about ways to use .NET Remoting in a secure way when not relying on IIS.
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