February, 2007

  • Setting up an ADFS lab environment - Part 1

    In this blog, I’ll go though the PKI portion of setting up Trey Research and Adatum. While you can do this a number of different ways – I always setup and use a Standalone CA instead of generating self-signed certificates. In my opinion, setting up...
  • Installing MOSS as a claims aware application in ADFS

    Hi, this is Jim Simonet from the Enterprise Platform Support team and Steve Peschka from the SharePoint Ranger team. In this blog we’re going to talk about how to configure Active Directory Federated Services (ADFS) with SharePoint 2007. We have actually...
  • Understanding Organizational Group Claims

    I created a list of topics last night that I think will be useful to put up here…Going in any kind of order will be too tough for me (lazy) and I’m afraid it would slow down my blog production. Please let me know if you would like to see something specific...
  • The NT Token Cache

    The NT Token cache on the web server – Maybe you didn’t know this even existed… Consider this scenario: You are setting up ADFS in a federated scenario with SharePoint configured as a token based application. The initial setup has miscellaneous...
  • MS Virtual Lab - A PKI troubleshooting exercise

    I was going through some old items and came across this link for an on-line ADFS lab. I decided to run through the lab (takes about an hour). There are problems with it. The title of this blog tells you what these problems are. I can tell it's an old...
  • Introduction

    Hello, My name is Jim Simonet and I work with the Microsoft PSS Directory Services Group. I work with a small team within Directory Services that supports the majority of ADFS issues at Microsoft. I'm creating this blog space to post about lessons...