Another AD FS installation and configuration screenshot series.
Active Directory Federation Services (AD S) in the Windows Server 2012 R2 OS provides flexibility for organizations that want to enable their users to log on to applications that are located on a local network, at a partner company, or in an online service.
With ADFS, your company can manage its own user accounts, and users only have to remember one set of credentials.
However, those credentials can provide access to a variety of applications, which typically are located in different locations.
ADFS is compliant with common Web services standards, thus enabling interoperability with identity federation solutions that other vendors provide.
AD FS addresses a variety of business scenarios where the typical authentication mechanisms used in an organization do not work.
More info & reading : http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsserver/dd448613.aspx
For this basic ADFS demo, i’m using my previous VM which is my domain controller (DC1), member server (SVR1) and 1 windows 8.1 client PC…
1st – Create a DNS record for AD…
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