Authentication

zones in sharepoint

This post describes about what are zones in sharepoint. how many default zones are available. Zones are different logical paths expressed as URLs that allow access to the same web application. The default zone in sharepoint is 5. A web application can support up to five Default Zones. The available zone names are Default, Extranet, Intranet, Internet, and Custom.

Access Requests Explained for SharePoint 2013 – With a Script to Assign Default Groups

One of the features of SharePoint that has been around is the ability for users that need access to a site, and are denied access, through the “Request Access” process. To enable or review these settings, go to “Settings” >… Read More ›

Extend a Web application

If you want to expose the same content in a Web application to different types of users by using additional URLs or authentication methods, you can extend an existing Web application into a new zone. When you extend the Web… Read More ›

Authentication SharePoint 2013

Content Description Authentication overview for SharePoint 2013 Learn about how user, app, and server-to-server authentication works in SharePoint 2013. Plan for user authentication methods in SharePoint 2013 Plan how to use various user authentication methods in SharePoint 2013 to help… Read More ›

Authentication overview for SharePoint 2013

how user, app, and server-to-server authentication works in SharePoint 2013. SharePoint 2013 requires authentication for the following types of interactions: •Users who access on-premises SharePoint resources •Apps that access on-premises SharePoint resources •On-premises servers that access on-premises SharePoint resources, or… Read More ›

Accounts used by application pools or service identities are in the local machine Administrators group SharePoint

Rule Name:  Accounts used by application pools or service identities are in the local machine Administrators group. Summary:  A user account that is used by application pools or services must have permissions of a domain user account and must not… Read More ›