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You can use the following questions to test your knowledge of the information in Lesson 1, Understanding and Installing Active Directory Federation Services. The questions are also available on the companion CD if you prefer to review them in electronic form.
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Answers to these questions and explanations of why each answer choice is right or wrong are located in the Answers section at the end of the book.
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1. You are a systems administrator for Contoso, Ltd. Your organization already has a federation relationship with Woodgrove Bank, which was implemented using Federation Services with Windows Server 2003 R2. To improve security, you deployed the federation service with named accounts running the service. Now you re ready to upgrade to AD FS, but when you perform the upgrade, you find out that the named account used to run the service has been removed and replaced with the Network Service account. Why did this happen A. You cannot use named service accounts to run the AD FS service. B. The default service account used in an AD FS installation or upgrade is Network Service. C. Woodgrove has a policy that states that all federation services must run with the Network Service account. D. Microsoft prefers to use the Network Service account to run federation services and resets it as a best practice.
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Lesson 2: Configuring and Using Active Directory Federation Services
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As you saw in Lesson 1, servers in an AD FS relationship must rely on certificates to create a chain of trust between each other and to ensure that all traffic transported over the trust relationships is encrypted at all times. As discussed in 15, Active Directory Certificate Services and Public Key Infrastructures, the best way to ensure that this chain of trust is valid and is trusted in all locations is either to obtain certificates from a trusted third-party CA or obtain them through the creation of a linked AD CS implementation that uses a third-party CA as its root. This is only one aspect of the AD FS configuration that must be completed. When you deploy AD FS, you will want to configure your AD FS aware applications, configure trust policies between partner organizations, and configure claims for your users and groups. Then, you can generally begin to run and manage AD FS.
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AD FS operations
For more information on AD FS operations, look up AD FS Operations Guide at http:// technet2.microsoft.com/windowsserver/en/library/007d4d62-2e2e-43a9-8652-9108733cbb731033 .mspx mfr=true.
After this lesson, you will be able to: Manage AD FS certificates. Finalize AD FS server configurations. Work with AD FS trust policies. Estimated lesson time: 40 minutes
Finalize the Configuration of AD FS
When you deploy AD FS, you must perform several activities to complete the configuration. These activities include:
Configuring the Web service on each server to use SSL/TLS encryption for the Web site that is hosting the AD FS service. Exporting certificates from each server and importing them into the other servers that form the relationship. For example, the federation server s token-signing certificate must be installed as a validation certificate in the other servers in the trust relationship to support the AD FS security token exchange processes. Configuring IIS on the servers that will host the claims-aware applications. These servers must use HTTPS for application-related communications.
Lesson 2: Configuring and Using Active Directory Federation Services
Creating and configuring the claims-aware applications you will be hosting. Configuring the federation servers in each partner organization. This involves several steps, which include:
In an account organization, configuring the trust policy, creating claims for your users, and, finally, configuring the AD DS account store for identity federation. In a resource organization, configuring the trust policy creating claims for your users, configuring an AD DS account store for identity federation, and then enabling a claims-aware application.
Creating the federation trust to enable identity federation. This also involves several steps:
Exporting the trust policy from the account organization and importing it into the resource organization Creating and configuring a claim mapping in the resource organization Exporting the partner policy from the resource organization and importing it into the account organization
Much of this effort is related to certificate mapping from one server to another. One important factor is the ability to access the roots or at least the Web sites hosting the Certificate Revocation Lists (CRL) for each certificate. As discussed in 15, CRLs are the only way you can tell a member of a trust chain whether a certificate is valid. If it is supported, you can use the Microsoft Online Responder service (OCSP) from AD CS to do this as well. In AD FS, CRL checking is enabled by default. CRL checking is mostly performed for the security token signatures, but it is good policy to rely on it for all digital signatures.
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