Authentication in ASP.NET Core is both powerful and dynamic. It provides you the power to incorporate many different schemes and augment the logged-in security principal. Authentication schemes are how we apply authentication in ASP.NET Core. What if you want to skip authentication schemes in favor of another?
I recently wrote about implementing Windows Authentication with React and .NET Core. Given the length of that post, I found it necessary to keep it bare bones. Today we’re going to talk about expanding our Windows Authentication in NET Core by adding role-based security.
There are a lot of options out in the wild to add authentication to your application. While OAuth is among the most common, it isn’t your only option. Today I’ll show you how to accomplish Windows Authentication with React and .NET Core in a bare bones fashion.