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Lesson 2: Configuring and Using Active Directory Federation Services
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To set up a claims-aware application on a Web server, you need to configure IIS and create a claims-aware application. To do so, perform the following steps. Make sure SERVER06 and SERVER08 are running. 1. Log on to SERVER08 with the domain Administrator account. You do not need domain administrative credentials; in fact, you need only local administrative credentials to perform this task, but using the domain Administrators account facilitates this exercise. 2. Launch Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager from the Administrative Tools program group. 3. In the tree, expand SERVER08\Sites\Default Web Site. 4. In the actions pane, under the Edit Site section, click Bindings. 5. In the Site Bindings dialog box, select the HTTPS binding and click Edit. 6. Verify that the SERVER08.WoodgroveBank.com certificate is bound to port 443. If not, select it and click OK. 7. Click Close to close the Site Bindings dialog box. 8. In the center pane, in the Features view, under the IIS section, double-click SSL Settings. 9. Verify that the settings require SSL and are set to accept client certificates. If not, change these settings and click Apply. 10. In the tree, double-click Default Web Site to return to the Features view. Perform the following steps to create and configure a claims-aware application. 1. Right-click Default Web Site and select Add Application. 2. In the Add Application dialog box, in the Alias field, type claimapplication01. 3. Click Select, select Classic .NET AppPool from the drop-down list, and click OK. 4. Click the ellipse button ( ) under Physical Path and select the C:\inetpub\wwwroot folder. 5. Click Make A New Folder, type claimapplication01, click OK, and then click OK again to close the dialog box. Your application has been created; however, it is an empty application. You do not need to actually create an application for the purpose of this exercise, but if you want to, you can.
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Create a sample claims-aware application
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To create the three files that make up the sample claims-aware application, use the procedure called Creating the Sample Claims-aware Application from http://207.46.196.114/ windowsserver2008/en/library/5ae6ce09-4494-480b-8816-8897bde359491033.mspx. After these files are created, copy them into the C:\Inetpub\Wwwroot\Claimapp folder.
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Configure the Federation Servers
Both federation servers need to be configured to operate properly. SERVER03, the account federation server, must have a configured trust policy. You must also create claims for your users and identify the AD DS account store. SERVER07, the resource federation server, must have a trust policy, claims for the users in the resource domain, a configured account store, and enabled claims-aware applications. Ensure that SERVER01, SERVER03, SERVER06, and SERVER07 are running. 1. Log on to SERVER03 with the domain Administrator account. In this case, you need to use domain administrator credentials to identify the account store. 2. Launch Active Directory Federation Services from the Administrative Tools program group. 3. Expand Federation Service\Trust Policy. 4. Right-click the trust policy to select Properties. 5. On the General tab, under Federation Service URI, type urn:federation:Contoso. Make sure you type the characters as they appear in your domain name because this value is case sensitive. 6. Ensure that the Federation Service endpoint URL lists https://SERVER03.Contoso.com /adfs/ls/. 7. Click the Display Name tab and, under Display Name For This Trust Policy, type Contoso to provide a name that does not depend on a single server. Click OK. Now move to create claims for your users. 1. Expand Trust Policy\My Organization\Organization Claims. 2. Right-click Organization Claims, select New, and then choose Organization Claim. 3. In the Create A New Organization Claim dialog box, type Woodgrove Bank Application Claim. 4. Ensure that Group Claim is selected. 5. Click OK to create the claim. It should now be listed in the details pane. Now, add the account store for contoso.com. 1. Move to the Account Stores node in the tree pane under My Organization. 2. Right-click Account Stores, select New, and then choose Account Store. 3. Review the information on the Welcome page and click Next. 4. On the Account Store Type page, ensure that Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) is selected and click Next.
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