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Currently, we are creating and operating an intranet with the ASP.NET MVC 5 web application.
Log in to the intranet with individual authentication using the Identity function, and open each business Web application (also created with ASP.NET MVC5) from there.
(Authentication destination is an on-premises DB (SQL Server) server (AspNetUsers table))
The business application also has an individual authentication function like the intranet, but if you log in with the intranet, you can use it without displaying the login page in the business web application.
(Is it called single sign-on?)

I would like to implement the same function as above in ASP.NET Core, but I would appreciate it if you could teach me a reference site or method.

Thanks for your cooperation.

  • Answer # 1

    I would like to implement the same function as above in ASP.NET Core, but I would appreciate it if you could teach me a reference site or method.

    I don't know what and how much I searched to reach the question, but the official reference has the information itself.
    It seems better to read the original text because the machine translation is that.