Learn how to manage Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) Trust Relationships, create relying party trusts, and configure claim-based authentication.
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- So here we are, back on our Federation server,…the certificate swap has been done…so our domains can trust each other.…So from the Server Manager,…I'm going to launch the tool to manage Federation Services.…This is where we're going to set up the trust relationship…and we're going to define…how we will identify our users to the other domain…and we're going to do this by drilling down…through Trust Relationships, to Relying Party Trusts,…where we'll right-click and choose Add Relying Party Trust.…
Now you may notice that the things that pop up…in the right-click menu here, are the same things…that show up in the Action pane off to the right,…and it doesn't really matter which link you click on.…Since I've already right-clicked, I'm going to go ahead…and select Add Relying Party Trust from this menu.…We're going to start by specifying…the fully qualified domain name…of the other domain's federation server.…And because we swapped certificates,…we're all set to do this.…So in this box, I will type the fully qualified domain name…
Note: The topics covered here map to the Configure Identity and Access Solutions domain for Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) Exam 70-412, Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services. Use these tutorials to study for the exam.
- Implementing Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS)
- Configuring AD FS authentication policies
- Configuring multifactor authentication
- Installing and configuring Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS)
- Creating certificate templates
- Configuring certificate authority backup and recovery
- Managing certificates, including templates and renewal
- Installing and configuring Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS)