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AD FS (Error - Single Sign-On)

Posted on 2014-01-16
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Dear all,

We are running AD FS on a windows 2012 server (SAML 2).
We have set up a Relying party trust, and receive the following error:

Our company name has been changed below to TEST

Error - Single Sign-On
(reference# NGOJCAEF) For security reasons a Response sent via the front channel that contains encrypted Assertion(s) must have a valid signature (but was NOT_PRESENT).
Partner: http://adfs.TEST.net/adfs/services/trust
Target Resource: https://TEST.<relyingparty>.com/biit/

Any help greatly appreciated.
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Any ADFS events error logs would help please

Also have you checked relying party certificate is valid ?

Mahesh
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Did you check your XML document to make sure it is valid and in the correct format?

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10759381/what-is-the-correct-format-for-saml-2-0-assertions
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Sorry guys gor ghe late response. I will allocate points and revisit this at a later time.
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