Custom Roles Based Access Control (RBAC) in ASP.NET MVC Applications - Part 3 (Extending ASP.NET Identity 2.0)

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This article will refactor the RBAC framework to authenticate users using Forms based authentication via ASP.NET Identity's framework features whilst preserving role based permissions introduced in Part 1....

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