Active directory federation server , ACTIVE DIRECTORY

I need help in configuring Microsoft AD FS for use with Adobe SSO.

we have Adobe admin console

I needed the right steps , how to go

https://helpx.adobe.com/enterprise/kb/configure-microsoft-ad-fs-with-sso.html

above link tell about metadata download, I am not sure how to do and where to download ? can any experts guide me to correct steps or any other precise article
pramod1Asked:
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Jeff GloverSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
Once you configure the SSO settings in Adobe Admin Console and save it, it should, on the same page display a Download link. This will download an xml file. This is your metadata and you will use this in ADFS to create the new Relying party trust. We don't use Adobe but the steps are pretty much the same as the products we use.
1. Export you Token signing certificate from ADFS
2. Add (Import) that certificate into Adobe (Adobe will need this to accept the SAML responses from ADFS)
3. Setup Adobe with the proper SSO settings for your ADFS server.
4. Save the settings
5. Download the metadata xml file (this file contains all the information and certificates needed to create the RPT in ADFS)
6. copy that to your ADFS server
7. In ADFS, Run the add relying party trust wizard, selecting to create the trust from a metadata file and use the file you got from Adobe
8. Make the adjustments required by the article. It seems complicated but they spell it out pretty good in the article

I imagine the DNS txt record is something Adobe requires. We do the same thing for Office 365. Just add the TXT record to your Public DNS the way the show.

Honestly, the article is pretty good as far as the steps go.

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pramod1Author Commented:
Since changes will be made to n ADFS server does it require reboot
Jeff GloverSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
No. It is not a real change to the server but adding to the service. No reboot is required
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