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In this article, we will take apart the default ASP.NET Core solution template piece by piece and try to explain the purpose of each piece and how exactly it works. You can consider it as a reference where you can check why a particular part was added to your project and find a link to the relevant documentation that explains it in detail.


Here we are going to find out how to add a custom (non-default) claim to the user's identity in ASP.NET Core web application and then use that new claim on our pages.

This is a second edition of the earlier post on the same topic which takes into account the changes made in version 2.1 of ASP.NET Core.


Implementing Linux 'su' command in your ASP.NET Core web-app



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