By André on Sunday, December 2, 2018 7:06 PM

imageHere I describe how I changed the user sign-in method from an (on premise) ADFS installation to the Pass-through authentication with single sign-on enabled.

In 2016 the only possibility for a real single sign on between the on premise AD and the Office 365 / Microsoft Azure was to implement an on premise ADFS infrastructure with a public certificate, what I did for my environment.

 

By André on Tuesday, December 20, 2016 8:56 PM

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Your Visual Studio is connected to Azure with a company account (of domain @gibel.net) then you convert this domain to federated and the login doesn’t work any more. This article describes how to get the connection back!

By André on Wednesday, July 22, 2015 11:14 AM

imageA newer “Microsoft Azure” feature is “Azure AD Connect Health”  which allows monitoring your on-premise ADFS (ActiveDirectoryFederationServices) infrastructure from the Microsoft Azure preview portal. For this you need to  install an agent on all your on-prem ADFS(+proxy) Servers.