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How to setup ADFS 2.0 on an IIS server running 2 websites.

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Hello experts,

We have an IIS server in the DMZ (front end) and an IIS server inside (backend) currently running a website.  They want another website hosted the same way and now they want also both of these sites to use our AD for authentication.  My research has led me to use ADFS 2.0.  Is it possible for ADFS 2.0 to run the authentication for 2 different websites on the same IIS server?

If so, how can this be done?  I'm going off this documentation on technet ( http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/adfs2-identity-delegation-step-by-step-guide(WS.10).aspx ), but if there are any other resources (how to docs/videos) that are better please let me know.

I'm new to the IIS world and ADFS.
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Agree with Chandu, he gave you great article to accomplish the task you have. I would also like to add 2 more links that may be useful for you.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/982813

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/3286.aspx
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Both of these are great answers for my second question, but can either of you confirm that ADFS can be used with 2 different websites on the same IIS server?
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Off Course you can use ADFS on IIS server for multiple websites. Sorry for late reply.
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