[an error occurred while processing this directive] Provide Federated Users with Access to Your Web Applications by Configuring an AD FS-Enabled Web Server

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When you are the resource partner administrator and you have a deployment goal to provide federated access to an application that resides in your organization (the resource partner organization), federated users both in your organization and in organizations that have configured a federation trust to your organization can access the Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS)–secured application that is hosted by an AD FS-enabled Web server in your organization.

The following table provides links to the checklists that you need to follow to prepare and configure an AD FS-enabled Web server for federation.

Preparing and configuring an AD FS-enabled Web server for federation

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Configure the AD FS-enabled Web server to work with Domain Name System (DNS), install certificates and the appropriate AD FS Web Agent, and verify that the server is functional.

After you complete the tasks in this checklist, you can set up the AD FS-enabled Web server to host claims-aware applications or Windows NT token–based applications in the resource partner organization.

Checklist: Installing an AD FS-enabled Web server

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Depending on your organizational needs, install a claims-aware application on the AD FS-enabled Web server and verify that it is operational.

Checklist: Installing a claims-aware application

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Depending on your organizational needs, install a Windows NT token–based application on the AD FS-enabled Web server and verify that it is operational.

Checklist: Installing a Windows NT token–based application


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