SAML2Exception while accessing the link

Hi Experts,

I have setup the ADFS 2.0 with SAML based windows authentication.

The setup was successful but while accessing the link it shows me a below error :

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consecutive error
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What it says and How to resolve it?

Please guide.

Regards,
D Patel
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D PatelD Patel, Software EngineerAsked:
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D PatelConnect With a Mentor D Patel, Software EngineerAuthor Commented:
After re-configuring the ADFS settings my issue got resolved.

D Patel
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Dan McFaddenConnect With a Mentor Systems EngineerCommented:
The first error is an SSL Certificate name mismatch error.  The error page is telling you that the actual host name does not match the host name that is registered in the SSL Certificate.  For example:  this occurs when the server's name is web01.domain.com and the host name in the SSL Cert is www.domain.com.

1. Did you take this SSL Cert from another and install it on this server?

Then second error is also self explanatory, the http method GET is not on this URL that you are going to.  Also, this is a web page running on Apache & Tomcat.... what is the relationship to ADFS and this server?

Dan
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D PatelD Patel, Software EngineerAuthor Commented:
Hi Dan,

Thanks for the sugggestion. I will check this.

See, I want to setup Single Sing On for my ERP using ADFS. Hence, I configured the settings to use SSO.

Regards,
D Patel
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D PatelD Patel, Software EngineerAuthor Commented:
SSL Certificate is the Self-Signed and generated on the same PC.

Also, Host Name in Generated certificate and on my server is with same name.
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Dan McFaddenConnect With a Mentor Systems EngineerCommented:
I would not recommend using a self-signed cert for SSO in Production.  Often, you will come across software that will try to validate the certificate chain and since it most likely will not know of your internal CA, it will throwing warnings at best or errors at worst.

If you say the name in the cert matches the machine its installed on, then there is other data in the cert that is incorrect or invalid.

Again, doing ADFS for SSO with a self-signed cert would be recommended (IMO).  For a test environment, it could be used.  But in Prod, its best to work with a certificate from a trusted CA.

Dan
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D PatelD Patel, Software EngineerAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your help
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