Active Directory Federated Services 2.0 Proxy Setup

Hello, I set up a federation server but did not choose the federation proxy option at the time of setup. So now I do not have a Federation Proxy Configuration wizard to set the proxy server up. Is there a way to install this option after the fact without disturbing my current Federation Server setup?
schmad01Asked:
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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
you should still be able to perform the proxy configuration via "fspconfigwizard.exe" either by

>Wizard
At the completion of AD FS 2.0 Setup, you have the option to start this wizard. If you decide instead to run it later, you can open the AD FS 2.0 Federation Server Proxy Configuration Wizard by using Windows Explorer. To open the wizard later, browse to the folder where AD FS 2.0 was installed (typically, %programfiles%\Active Directory Federation Services 2.0), and then double-click the FspConfigWizard.exe application.
or

>CLI
To configure this computer as a federation server proxy, type the applicable syntax using either of the following command parameters, and then press ENTER:

fspconfigwizard.exe /HostName <host name> /Username <username> /Password <password> [/ForwardProxy <forward proxy DNS name>]

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/adfs2-help-how-to-configure-a-new-federation-server-proxy%28v=ws.10%29.aspx
schmad01Author Commented:
I understand that I no longer need the proxy option anyway. Thanks anyway. Also, because I did not select the proxy option in the beginning, the Fspconfigwizard.exe is not installed.

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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
noted will be helpful or assisted to have known if it helped since that is what the question has asked initially. It is not really an answer per se (strcitly) by stating proxy is not used so advice is not relevant ...nonetheless, thanks for sharing ...
schmad01Author Commented:
I understand that I no longer need the proxy option anyway. Thanks anyway. Also, because I did not select the proxy option in the beginning, the Fspconfigwizard.exe is not installed.
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