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ARR 2.5 reverse proxy and ADFS preauthentication

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Hi all,

I am working on a project where they want to set up ARR 2.5 to handle ADFS preauthentication in the DMZ for web traffic before sending it to a back end application.

I have read that ARR does not support preauthentication - could someone confirm if this is true?

If you can support preauthentication with ARR, could someone give me and example scenario with the setup/config, or point me to an article that describes the ARR config and URL rewrite/server farm configuration needed?

Thanks!
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I am be mistaken here but from what I am reading ADFS should be able to handle pre-authentication itself..

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn383641.aspx
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In the end we did not implement this solution
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