Client Application Services - Part 3
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by Bilal Haidar
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In this article we have shown you how to access the Profile service configured on the ASP.NET host application from inside the Windows client application. The Profile objects are loaded as Web user settings into the Windows client application.

In addition, the article explained in details how to put the Windows client application to run in the Offline mode and how to move the application back to the live mode by authenticating the user silently, saving any offline changes to the Web user settings, and refreshing the Web user settings from the Profile service.

Finally, a Logout feature was implemented to show you how easily it is to add a logout button and use the ClientFormsAuthenticationMembershipProvider to logout the user and save any pending changes on the Web user settings.

This was the last article in the series of articles on the Client Application Service. We hope you enjoyed this article and benefited from the information presented. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact me directly at

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