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ADFS proxy server and Sign-in asstant

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Hello,
I was wondering why I need to install Sign in Asstant software on the ADFS proxy servers. It seems to be for end users....but according to this article below, I need to install Sign-in asstant on each ADFS proxy server. Thank you.

http://office365support.ca/part-1-prepare-the-local-ad-fs-proxy-server/
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They are loading the Azure Active Directory Module for PowerShell later on in the guide. This requires the Sign-in Assistant. If you try and install the Azure Active Directory Module for PowerShell Module without it, it will error out and tell you to get it.
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Thank you
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