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Claims Viewer Web Part – Installation

Posted by Paul on June 17, 2016

In this article we can explore how to Download & Install the claims viewer web part for SharePoint 2013.


You can go the following location to get the web part:

From there choose the Downloads page:


You will get the WSP file.


The web part is Free for development & commercial use.


Once you have downloaded the WSP file, you need to install it. This is a Farm Solution so you require PowerShell.

Go to your SharePoint Server & Open the PowerShell window in Administrator mode.


You will get the following command window.


Run the following command to add the WSP package to Farm Solutions.

· Add-SPSolution “full path”

· Eg: Add-SPSolution “c:shared ClaimsViewerWebPart2013.wsp”

If things went well, you will get the following message.


Now run the following command to install the WSP package.

· Install-SPSoluiton ClaimsViewerWebPart2013.wsp –gacdeployment –webapplication http://yourserver

If things went well, you will the following output with no error messages.


Now you can come to your SharePoint site > Go to Site Collection features > Activate the following feature.


Once you have activated the feature, you can add the Web Part to a page.

Create a new page & choose the Insert web part option. You should be able to see the Claims web part as shown below.

Insert the web part & Save the page. You are ready to use the Claims Viewer web part.



Your claims may be different from the items shown above.



In this article we have explored how to install the Claims Viewer web part.


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