The Demystified Series is pleased to present a collection of screencasts on Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS). Keith Brown, a contributing editor for MSDN Magazine and co-founder of PluralSight, hosts the first two segments.
In this “AD FS (Part Two)” session, Keith drills into how to develop claims-based applications. Here you’ll see programming tips and techniques, how to configure the claims needed by an application in the AD FS Trust Policy and the necessary modifications to the Web.config file. Keith also demonstrates how AD FS provides Web single signon (SSO) between applications. This means that users of your internet facing Web applications can now have a SSO experience across all of them. Lastly, he shows how simply a claims-based, AD FS-enabled application can then be made available to federated partners – with no changes to the application!! Architect and build it once, then have it accessed from multiple security domains.
Enjoy!Other AD FS Screencasts:
AD FS (Part 1)
Active Directory Federation Services (TechNet)
donovanf's Identity and Access Blog
des on Federated Identity … less is more
Keith Brown's Blog
Joe Kaplan's Blog