# Wednesday, 31 January 2007

If you are working with AzMan at all, the best resource I've found so far that you'll want to check out is Developing Applications Using Windows Authorization Manager from MSDN.  It includes a very comprehensive set of info on working with AzMan using Windows, ADAM, or custom principals, on using AzMan from ASP.NET, and general info on authorization strategy and policy.

There are lots of code samples included in the document, including code for doing access checks using ADAM principals, and some for writing AzMan "BizRules" in managed code.

Good stuff.

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