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AD FS and why we need it

AD FS and why we need it: Office 365: Implement Identities for SSO
AD FS and why we need it: Office 365: Implement Identities for SSO

Active Directory Domain Services or ADFS is the underlying technology that provides a seamless Single Sign On experience for users. Without ADFS, users will have to maintain two separate credentials, one set of credentials for on-premise resources and a second set for Office 365. Active directory Federated Services also referred to as ADFS, is the service that keeps Office 365 and existing on-premise Server Active directory in sync. In this video, Sharon will explore the history of ADFS and the how and why the technology has changed to meet today’s unique security challenges.

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IT Help Desk Cloud Computing IT Office 365

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