Building Web services with the .NET Framework is easy'—easy, that is, unless the Web services are secure. There is no standard, agreed-upon method for exposing Web services over the Internet in such a way that only authorized users can call them. Jeff Prosise jumps into one method of tackling this now.
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Interop features allow managed .NET code to interface with legacy unmanaged code. Now is your chance to learn about the forms of interop built into the .NET Framework Common Language Runtime.
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