In this video, Sharon will explain the client requirements for connecting to ADFS. Internal and external clients have different methods and requirements for connecting to Office 365. The discussion will include the options to install the Microsoft Online Services Sign-Inn Assistant for internal connectivity. Browser requirements for external clients will also be discussed.
- [Voiceover] The client systems will need…to be configured to use ADFS.…The requirements are different depending…on if the client is internal or external.…Internal clients should be domain joined…and the Microsoft Online Services Sign-In Assistant,…(MOS SIA) needs to be installed if using…Office 2010 or 2007.…Otherwise, this is automatically configured…during the Office 365 Desktop Setup.…The agent can also be pushed out via…System Center Configuration Manager…or it can also be manually installed if required.…
Newer versions of these browsers…and offering systems should also work…
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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