Monthly Archives: May 2015


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Today I started down the path of getting the previously-named “Business Intelligence Studio” (now called SQL Server Data Tools) up and running on my local machine.  I already had  SQL Reporting Services (SSRS) 2014 installed, but had just never gotten around to installing the BI development suite. I’m going to […]

SQL Server Data Tools for Visual Studio 2013 – Report ...





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Tonight I finally got around to installing the recently released Windows Server Technical Preview 2, which was published around the time of the annual BuildConf in the US. So I ran up a Hyper-V image and hit the standard product selection screen.  I was greeted, as it has been rumoured, […]

First look: Windows Server Technical Preview 2 and ADFS vNext



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Introduction In recent times, I’ve become very intimately acquainted with OpenID Connect, OAuth2 as well as SAML, JWT, WS-Federation and more.  It’s a complicated world. Since I dwell amongst the Microsoft ecosystem, I’m very experienced with Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) which in its latest version supports OAuth2 endpoints […]

Identity Server – An Introduction