How to set up an Authenticated Web Service for Windows Phone


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Setting up an authenticated web service is recommended, as communication occurs over an HTTPS interface for better security. Authenticated web services do not have a daily limit on the number of push notifications they can send. Unauthenticated web services, on the other hand, are throttled at a rate of 500 push notifications per subscription per day. Additionally, authenticated web services are able to register a callback request, as described in How to: Set up a Callback Registration Request for Windows Phone. more here.

 

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