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Setting up AD & Exchange 2010 Federated Services

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I have a list of steps to create a AD & Exchange Federated Services running on Server 2012 Enterprise:

Setup two AD-FS Servers (for company A and company B)
•      Setup AD FS federated trust between company A and company B
•      Choose a Server for Authentication Certificate for SSL Encryption (only 1)
•      Configuration of resource server(web server or other application server to which resources clients access) for company A and company B
      Create a federation trust with the Microsoft Federation Gateway
•      Create TXT records for federated delegation
•      Configure domains for federated delegation
•      Create an Autodiscover DNS
•      Create an organizational relationship
Is this the correct order in which to setup AD & Exchange 2010 Federated Services?
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