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We have a small business server 2011 and want to install Active directory federation services 2.0 so that we can facilitate a Single Sign on Scenario with Microsoft Office 365. The system requirements for ADFS 2.0 does not inlcude SBS 2011. Is it possible to setup ADFS 2.0 on SBS 2011?
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No. There are services conflicts. You have to use a member server.
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