ADFS Additional Authentication Rule for DRoid Devices

Using ADFS 3.0 additional authentication rules would the following be possible to create a rule that would do the following.

If OS = Android
And = IP address range is like 192.168.x.x as an example
Force Forms Authentication

If a device does not make this rule is would proceed with the normal Windows Integrated Authentication
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compdigit44Asked:
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Jian An LimSolutions ArchitectCommented:
What you are looking for is a common issue for internal ADFS
You only can set either WIA/ basic OR FORM.

So you cannot achieve what you want.

What you could do is to force android device to not to use the internal ADFS but external ADWAP that is by default form based like usually external WIFI.
compdigit44Author Commented:
How would you do this "What you could do is to force android device to not to use the internal ADFS but external ADWAP that is by default form based like usually external WIFI"  So using and additional authentication that would look for the adroid agent string and forice the password authentication method would not work?
Jian An LimSolutions ArchitectCommented:
yes. it will not work. there is no such action to force the password authentication


setup a WIFI that DNS point to the external interface of ADWAP will always use form-based authentication

you can also try 3g, and it should always form-based

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compdigit44Author Commented:
But you force different authentication methods i.e multiform factor.... how is this any different.

Thank you again for all of you help with this
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