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The Daily Six Pack: July 30, 2014

On 30 July, 2014 08:37:16, in The Daily Six Pack, by Dirk Strauss
Swift Introduction
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Azure Databases – Restore Local Database To Azure

On 23 July, 2014 00:50:20, in SQL, by Dirk Strauss

Azure Databases – What do you need to do if you have a local database and you want to deploy it to Azure? I saw while researching for this article that there were a few ways to do this, but the method I’m going to show you is a nice quick and easy method. 

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The Daily Six Pack: April 22, 2014

On 22 April, 2014 06:00:09, in The Daily Six Pack, by Dirk Strauss
Visual Studio Installer Projects
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The Daily Six Pack: February 7, 2014

On 7 February, 2014 06:00:25, in The Daily Six Pack, by Dirk Strauss
Visual Studio Extension
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The Daily Six Pack: August 12, 2013

On 12 August, 2013 06:00:17, in The Daily Six Pack, by Dirk Strauss
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Dynamic Permissions
Document Generation
Event Viewer
Visual Guard Authentication
Visual Guard Groups
Visual Guard Server
Check Security Actions
Managing Identity Federation With Visual Guard
Deploying The Visual Guard Repository
Final Thoughts

In my previous article, Securing Your Application With Visual Guard – Part 1, we were introduced to some basic features of this fantastic product. In this post I will dive a little deeper and get to grips with some of the more advanced features of Visual Guard.

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Securing Your Application With Visual Guard – Part 1

On 4 June, 2013 01:00:52, in Reviewed, by Dirk Strauss

Visual Guard Features
Installation
Start Visual Guard WinConsole and create a Repository
Integrate Visual Guard Runtime with your Application
Connecting to your Repository / Set up your Application
Creating a User
Edit Password Policy

I think any developer will agree with me that adding security features to an application can be an absolute pain. This is especially true if you don’t have a set template or module that you can slot into your application.

Novalys Visual Guard

Well with Novalys Visual Guard, the integration of security features is no longer a slog. Visual Guard makes this process very easy to do indeed. In this post we will look at using Visual Guard with a plain simple Windows Forms Application, but Visual Guard can be integrated with .NET 2.0 and above, C#, vb.net, asp.net, Winforms, WCF, WPF, Silverlight, MVC3, MVC4, Windows Azure, PowerBuilder 8 and above, Microsoft Sharepoint and any technologies Supporting HTTP Requests (Java, C++…).

I have to admit that while much of the integration processes should be quite straight forward for most developers, the extensive help files and Developer’s Guide do warrant a read though in order to grasp some of the more advanced features of Visual Guard.

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