IDP-initiated Single Sign-On POST Binding - forbidden error

Hi All,

We are in the middle of implementing IDP-initiated Single Sign-On using the .Net Claims namespace.

Currently we have been given a working template but it doesn't appear to work on our Windows 2008 server. We have triple checked the configuration with our IDP. The only thing I can think is that we haven't configured our test environment to use SSL. Would this cause the integration to fail?

Thank you,
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Daniel Van Der WerkenIndependent ConsultantCommented:
Chances are not configuring SSL will cause you problems. I can't determine from the information provided if that's exactly the case,  but I'll tell you when I did this kind of work in the past, even my dev environment used SSL.

Mainly it depends on the endpoint configurations. Would be helpful to see the endpoint configuration as well as what works.

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