Learn how to deploy and configure Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) and enable single sign-on authentication between organizations and domains.
- [Scott] Hi, I'm Scott Burrell, and I would like to welcome you to this course on active directory federation services in Windows Server 2016. We live in a world of data, and when it comes time to share your data, you want to control who can access it and how. Once you've granted permissions to a username and password, how do you know that the person reading your business strategy over the internet is the person they say they are? We will explore claims-based authentication between organizations, federation with Microsoft's online services, web application proxies, and a service that can put a stop to leaked documents.
This is pretty important stuff, so let's get started.
- Installing and configuring ADFS
- Configuring multi-factor authentication
- Integrating Azure, Office 365, devices, and Microsoft Passport
- Implementing Web App Proxy (WAP)
- Installing and configuring AD Rights Management Service