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SSO issue from Safari browser

Posted on 2014-03-12
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We have an issue with SSO from accessing through Safari on MAC. From inside we are never prompted with logon page or logon popup from ADFS server. From Outside using Safari on Mac OS X – Login page loads, but after entering credentials and clicking “Sign In” it returns you back to the login page. On other browsers (IE and Firefox) SSO is working from outside and inside and we get the prompt.

Please advice

THank you.
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Vasil Michev (MVP) earned 2000 total points
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Check for cookies/scripts being blocked, etc. Common issue with non-IE browsers is Extended Protection for Authentication, scenario 3 from this article:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2461628

I'd stick to IE with anything AD FS related.
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by:claudiamcse
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Does windows Authenticatioin Need to be enabled on both directories?

•Default Web Site/adfs
•Default Web Site/adfs/ls

I have Windows Authentication enabled only on this directory:

Default Web Site/adfs/ls

It says that you need to turn off Extended Protection on both directories but I would have to enable then Windows Authentication on this dir first:
Default Web Site/adfs
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by:Vasil Michev (MVP)
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Only do this for the /adfs/ls one. And as mentioned in the article, it's not really a recommended solution, so even if it solves the issue you should have that in mind.
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Ok. Thanks! I did on both directories just in case and disabled Exended Protection according on that article...but still not working on the Safari.

WE are getting this error on Safari.
Error: Too many redirects occurred trying to open sts.domain.com/adfs/ls
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by:claudiamcse
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Yes. Thank you. The issue was related to the Safari Browser.
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