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    NOTE: As usual the formatting on this site sucks. I recommend you download the Word document attachment with this posting for better reading. I had been looking at Windows Azure Access Control Service (ACS) with an interesting eye recently, thinking about some of the different integration options...
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    In my previous posting ( http://blogs.technet.com/b/speschka/archive/2010/11/24/configuring-adfs-trusts-for-multiple-identity-providers-with-sharepoint-2010.aspx ), I explained how to configure trusts between two different ADFS servers. One example where this may be necessary is if you have one ADFS...
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    I recently spent too much time trying to get an ADFS Server upgraded, in my case from Windows Server 2008 to 2008 R2. Like many SharePoint folks that are just trying to get along in a claims happy world, seemingly simple things like this can cause a surprising amount of churn. Here are some tips that...
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    I had this all too common problem hit me this weekend, but this was happening on my ADFS server, which I unfortunately was rebuilding. The most common reasons as you know have to do with some misconfigured Kerberos setting, or with using some name other than the server name for a web application (the...