Advantages of using permission sets and code groups, DOT NET Programming

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1.1 Explain the following concepts in .NET.

1.2 Explain the functional and conceptual differences between User-based (principal) permissions and Code Access Permissions.

1.3 What are the advantages of using Permission Sets?

1.4 What are the advantages of using Code Groups?

1.5 What type of information is stored in an Identify object?

1.6 Principals execute code, not identities. Why is that?

PrincipalPermission and CodeAccessPermissions are "two derived implemenationtion classes of IPermission". As you may recall the function of "Implementation" in OOPL is to implement or code a interface that has been pre-written for you. The IPermission Interface provides several public methods that you can use, e.g., demand, union (is the principal either this or that?), intersect, etc,

1.7 What is the purpose of the PrincipalPermission Class when used for .NET User-based Security?

1.8 What is the conceptual difference between WindowsPrincipal and PrincipalPermission?

1.9 There are many more permissions to master for CodeAccessPermissions. After reviewing Page 205, 252-255 explain the conceptual use of FileIOPermissions.  

1.10 The operating system and NTFS is in charge of file permissions, yet there are FileIOPermissions attributes in .NET. Does this mean that .NET can override or change Windows NTFS permissions? Why does not .NET use FileIOPermissions?

1.11 The .NET IPermission interface provides public methods to implement permission checking and other permission operations. The most frequently used method is the Demand method. Describe how the demand method works.

1.12 Before the Demand method can be used which type of object needs to be instantiated before User-based security can be tested?

1.13 Before the Demand method can be used which type of object needs to be instantiated before Code-based security can be tested?

1.14 .NET provides various identity implementation classes for various authentication protocols. Describe and give an example or each

1.15 Which .NET identity types would most likely be used in cookie-based application authentication?

1.18 Which .NET identity types would most likely be used for web services and environments that require single-sign-on (SSO)?

1.19 Which .NET identity types would most likely incur and fee for its use?

1.20 Which .NET identity types would most likely be used to support eCommerce applications?

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