Archive for the 'Active Directory' Category

Upgrading the ADFS farm behavior level

[This blog posting was written with knowledge based on Windows Server 2016 TP4. Things may change in RTM.] Some more investigations with ADFS in Windows Server 2016 TP4  – you have to start somewhere, right? There are two ADFS servers that I mean to replace with two new ones on 2016 TP4, and then raise [...]

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Modern Access Control Policies for Office 365 Relying Party

So I have been playing with ADFS on Windows Server 2016 TP4, to discover new functionality and features. One of the things I really like is the ability to assign Access Control Policies now – and the Rule Editor behind it. These policies are found in the new “Access Control Policies” node in the AD [...]

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Change in Supportability for WID-based ADFS farms

In case you didn’t notice, Microsoft changed the Supportability statement around ADFS farms that run on a Windows Internal Database (WID) backend. Previously, WID-based ADFS farms were limited in support for the amount of ADFS servers you could run and the maximum number of Relying Parties you could register. A maximum of 5 ADFS Servers, [...]

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