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  1. How to work with and extend ASP.NET Identity Roles provider

    There are good tutorials and overview posts about how to start work with ASP.NET Identity, configure different providers (google, twitter etc.)and othrers, but unfortunately I did not find any post about how to work with its Role provider (RoleManager<> class). I think this post can also helps a lot for understanding and working with ASP.NET Identity

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