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Coming in July: AD FS V1 SDK Content!

Coming in July: AD FS V1 SDK Content!

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I've been away working on some other documentation, but am rolling back onto the Federated Identity scene ready to rock!The AD FS team and I are working together in a small window to develop some V1 SDK content to release for the July MSDN update.

Given time and resource constraints, it'll be a small update; however, I think it'll be a good one.  We're going to focus on a couple of issues that come up time and again for AD FS developers based on that master list I brought up in a previous post.  We're also going to try and leverage the new Community Content feature on MSDN Online to make it simpler for us to get you critical information in between the more formal updates.

Once we get the TOC nailed down in the next couple of working days, I'll get back to you all with more details.  I can tell you that, based on popular demand, we're going to cover custom claims transformation.

As always, if you have other requests or suggestions for the AD FS SDK, feel free to post a comment or drop me a message!

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  • Hello Jim,

    We are trying to re-create the configuration of the ADFS Virtual Lab (win2003r2) in our environment for test purposes.

    Is the source code for a sample clientlogin application available anywhere online?

    Thanks for your help!

    Deb

  • Hello Deb:

    I'm not aware of any sample clientlogon code that's available online at the moment.

    However, there will be a sample and guidance for customizing clientlogon.aspx as part of the AD FS SDK update coming in the July MSDN release.

    I hope that helps!  Let us know if you need any more resources.

    Jim

  • Hi again Deb:

    These topics aren't quite baked yet, but drop me an email and I can send you some sample applications.

    jim.causey@microsoft.com

    Thanks,

    Jim

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