UAG and AD FS are Better Together – UAG as AD FS Proxy

In previous topologies (1 and 2) we did not expose AD FS server to the outside users as primary form of authentication. This topology will do this. One of the benefits of using UAG server in combination with AD FS is that it can now act as gateway or proxy server to the internal AD…

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UAG and ADFS are Better Together– Strong Authentication

In the previous post we looked at the most common UAG configuration, with user using username and password for authentication to UAG. In this post we are going to explorer the following  configuration – user authenticates to UAG Portal via Certificate Based Authentication (Soft Certificate or Smart Card based certificate) and then access internal claims…

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UAG SP1 and AD FS v2 are Better Together–FBA and Claims

In previous post I started with introduction for UAG and AD FS integrations scenarios. Today post will discuss the first topology – Authentication to UAG Portal via Forms Based Authentication and accessing internal claims based application and other types of applications. Many companies want to provide rich application experience to its remote workforce and telecommuters….

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UAG SP1 and AD FS v2 are Better Together–Introduction

A few weeks ago I started working on a white paper about UAG SP1 and AD FS v2 configuration topologies and sample complex design based on those topologies. I’m still working on it, but I decided to publish different parts of it for folks to see and potentially get some feedback about it as well….

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Secure Application Access by using AD FS and UAG – Strong Authentication

In the last two posts on this subject I showed to you how to use UAG with Forms Based Authentication and as ADFS Proxy. Todays demonstration shows how to use it with Strong Authentication – Certificate Authentication. The topology in this configuration is very similar to the FBA topology, but it requires additional configuration on…

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Secure Application Access by using AD FS and UAG – UAG acting as ADFS Proxy Topology

In the previous post I showed to you how UAG can be used with ADFS to publish Claims aware application and provide single sign-on into  such applications along with traditional applications which require UserID/password. In that demonstration UAG was configured with Form Based Authentication (FBA) and user was authenticating to UAG before they could get…

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Secure Application Access with ADFS and UAG – UAG providing FBA

More and more companies wish to provide secure access to their applications from external locations. At the same time, many of these applications starting to adopt new authentication technologies, for example, like Claims based authentication. The following demonstration shows how companies can use Forefront UAG 2010 and AD FS 2.0 to provide secure access to…

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Microsoft Business Ready Security–Secure Collaboration with Partners by using AD FS

Did you know that you can download virtual labs to your own host system and test Microsoft Business Ready Security (BRS) solutions? It is available to anyone on the Internet. Go check it out for yourself: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=190269 If for some reason you can not download those labs, don’t have time to set it all up…

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