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Figure 17-2 The basis of a secure perimeter is a set of secure firewalls
Active Directory Federation Services
In comes Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS), one of the Active Directory technologies included in Windows Server 2008. Once again, this Active Directory technology is designed to extend the authority of your internal network to the outside world. (See Figure 17-3.) AD FS is designed to provide similar functionality to the forest trust or the explicit trust but, this time, not through the traditional LDAP TCP/IP ports but rather through the common HTTP ports. In fact, AD FS uses port 443 because all AD FS trust communications are secured and encrypted. In this manner, it can rely on AD CS to provide certificates for each server in the AD
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Active Directory Federation Services
FS implementation. AD FS can also extend your AD RMS deployment and provide federation services for intellectual property management between partners.
AD FS AD LDS
Applications Partnership
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Clients
Identity
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15 AD CS
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Integrity
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Legend Active Directory technology integration Possible relationships
Figure 17-3 AD FS extends the authority of your internal AD DS directory
To extend your internal authority, AD FS provides extensions to internal forests and enables organizations to create partnerships without having to open any additional port on their firewalls. Basically, AD FS relies on each partner s internal AD DS directory to provide authentication for extranet or perimeter services. When a user attempts to authenticate to an application integrated to AD FS, the AD FS engine will poll the internal directory for authentication data. If the user has access provided through the internal directory, he or she will be granted access to the external application. The major advantage of this is that each partner organization needs to manage only authentication data in the internal network. The federation services of AD FS do all the rest. In short, AD FS should be used whenever you want to implement a partnership with other organizations that also rely on internal AD DS directories. When you need to provide authentication services in your perimeter network, but the users or organizations you want to interact
Before You Begin
with do not have internal AD DS directories, or the scope of the partnership does not warrant an AD FS deployment, you should rely on AD LDS.
Exam objectives in this chapter:
Configuring Additional Active Directory Server Roles
Configure Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS).
Lessons in this chapter:
Lesson 1: Understanding Active Directory Federation Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 832 Lesson 2: Configuring and Using Active Directory Federation Services . . . . . . . . . . 854
Before You Begin
To complete the lessons in this chapter, you must have performed the installations shown in the following list. It is highly recommended that you use virtual machines for this chapter because it requires access to so many computers. If you performed the exercises in the previous chapters, you will already have several of these computers in place.
Installed Windows Server 2008 on a physical or virtual machine. The machine should be named SERVER01 and should be a domain controller in the contoso.com domain. The details for this setup are presented in 1, Installation, and 2, Administration. Installed Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition on a physical or virtual machine, which should be named SERVER03 and should be a member server within the contoso.com domain. This computer will host the internal AD FS role you will install and create through the exercises in this chapter. Installed Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition on a physical or virtual machine, which should be named SERVER04 and should be a member server within the contoso.com domain. This computer will host an AD FS proxy server. Installed Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition on a physical or virtual machine, which should be named SERVER05 and should be a member server within the contoso.com domain. This computer will host an installation of Microsoft SQL Server 2005, which will run the configuration and logging database for AD RMS. This computer would also include a D drive to store the data for SQL Server. 10 gigabytes (GB) should be enough for the size of this drive. You use Windows Server 2003 because it requires less RAM than Windows Server 2008. Note that this computer is not necessary for the exercises in this chapter, but having it turned on will prevent AD RMS errors from appearing on SERVER04. Installed Windows Server 2008 on a physical or virtual machine, which should be named SERVER06 and should be a domain controller in the woodgrovebank.com domain
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