Monthly Archives: May 2016

Claim rules for the Azure Active Directory (#AzureAD) Relying Party (RP) trust

When you establish a federation with Azure Active Directory (AAD) for the purpose of single sign-on (SSO) the majority of people will utilise the Azure AD PowerShell cmdlets to create or convert one or more verified domains into federated domains.  … Continue reading

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Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server portal looping layer-8 issue

I’ve recently designed and implemented a large hybrid identity provider that comprises Azure Active Directory Premium, Active Directory Federation Services and Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server.  One of the things I did was utilise Internet Information Services (IIS) URL rewrite rules … Continue reading

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The use of Distributed Key Manager (DKM) in Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS)

Something that crops up quite a lot when you’re involved in planning and designing an Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) infrastructure is certificates and, for those of you who have worked anywhere where you have to justify your design … Continue reading

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