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ADFS - Single sign-on

Posted on 2014-01-13
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Newbie to ADFS 2.0 / Single-Sign On--

I have a website that authenticates users upon entry.  I have a client who wants his users to authenticate against his ADFS 2.0 servers for entry to my site.

What do I need to implement so I can authenticate HTTP POST requests from my end against his ADFS server?   What do I use to decrypt his server's response and allow entry upon success?
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1- you will need to implement ADFS authentication on your website, there is nothing extra to be implemented at your end as long as they have ADFS.

If you configured your Website to use claims, things should work properly, here is an example.
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/alextch/archive/2011/06/27/building-a-test-claims-aware-asp-net-application-and-integrating-it-with-adfs-2-0-security-token-service-sts.aspx
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I wound up using this tool to connect to the remote ADFS server:

http://www.componentspace.com/
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