Join Sharon Bennett for an in-depth discussion in this video Environment explained, part of Office 365: Implement Identities for SSO.
- [Voiceover] Before we get started, I'd like to take a moment to explain my demo workspace. My demo environment was configured completely in Azure. This is a complete cloud-based solution. Within Azure, I set up a resource group with a Subnet. Within that Subnet I have one domain controller and then I have four AD FS servers. All those AD FS servers are domain joined. I also included three proxy servers. These servers are not domain joined. In a real life scenario, you would also include firewalls, network load balancers and additional network resources including a perimeter network or DMZ.
The components of my demo environment included an Azure MSDN subscription, one Office 365 business subscription, one registered domain name, one free level-1 SSL certificate, one domain controller, four AD FS servers, and three web application servers.
Here, system admins will learn how to implement and manage federated identities for single sign-on in Office 365. Microsoft Certified Trainer Sharon Bennett shows how to plan for an Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS), install the AD FS role on Windows Server 2012 R2, and install and manage AD FS proxy servers.
Note: This training course maps to the Implement and Manage Federated Identities for SSO domain for Microsoft Certification exam 70-346.
- Planning for AD FS
- Sizing your infrastructure
- Configuring clients
- Installing the AD FS role
- Managing your servers
- Installing and configuring the AD FS proxy
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