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Microsoft Lync Server 2013 : Lync Online and Hybrid Deployments - AD FS Deployment for SSO (part 2)

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5. Adding Federation Servers to the Farm

After the first federation server has been configured, the AD FS 2.0 software can be installed to additional servers. The same SSL certificate installed on the primary federation server should be imported to any additional servers, and applied to the IIS Default Web Site before AD FS is configured. By default, when a system restarts after being targeted as a federation server during the AD FS 2.0 software installation, the AD FS 2.0 Federation Server Configuration Wizard automatically starts. To add an additional server to the federation service farm, use the following procedure:

1. At the Welcome page, verify that Add a Federation Server to an Existing Federation Service is selected, and then click Next.

2. At the Specify the Primary Federation Server and Service Account page, under Primary Federation Server Name, enter the name of the primary federation server and click Browse. In the Browse dialog box, locate the domain account of the dedicated service account for the federation server farm, and then click OK. Enter the password for this account, confirm it, and click Next.

3. At the Ready to Apply Settings page, review the details. If the settings appear correct, click Next to begin configuring the AD FS instance with these settings.

4. At the Configuration Results page, review the results. After all the configuration steps have completed, click Close to exit the wizard and complete the configuration.

6. Verifying That the Federation Service Is Operational

After the federation service has been configured, there are two methods that can be used to verify that the service is operational:

• On a client computer that is a member of the same AD forest as the federation service, open a web browser and connect to the following URL, where <fedservFQDN> is the fully qualified domain name of the federation service: https://<fedservFQDN>/FederationMetadata/2007-06/FederationMetadata.xml.

At the certificate warning prompt, click Continue to This Website. If the connection is successful, the expected output is a federation service description document in XML format.

• On a server where the federation service role has been installed, open the Event Viewer. Under Applications and Service Logs, expand AD FS 2.0 Eventing, and then click on Admin. In the Event ID column, search for an event with ID 100. If event ID 100 is shown, this indicates that the federation server was able to successfully communicate with the federation service.

7. Federation Server Proxy Configuration

After the federation service is up and running, the AD FS configuration can be performed on the systems that will be used as federation proxies. The same SSL certificate installed on the federation servers should be imported to each server that will be used as a federation server proxy, and applied to the IIS Default Web Site before configuring AD FS. By default, after a system restarts after being targeted as a federation server proxy during the AD FS 2.0 software installation, the AD FS 2.0 Federation Server Proxy Configuration Wizard automatically starts. To configure the federation server proxy role, use the following procedure:

1. At the Welcome page, click Next.

2. At the Specify Federation Service Name page, under Federation Service Name, enter the fully qualified domain name of the federation service.

3. If an HTTP proxy server is required to forward requests to the federation service, select the Use an HTTP Proxy Server When Sending Requests to This Federation Service check box; then, under HTTP Proxy Server Address, type the address of the proxy server, and click Test Connection to verify connectivity. When finished, click Next.

4. At the prompt, enter the credentials of the dedicated AD FS service account that was specified during the configuration of the federation service. This account is used to establish trust between the federation server proxy and the federation service.

5. At the Ready to Apply Settings page, review the details. If the settings appear correct, click Next to begin configuring the federation server proxy settings.

6. At the Configuration Results page, review the results. After all the configuration steps have completed, click Close to exit the wizard and complete the configuration.

8. Verifying That the Federation Proxy Is Operational

After the federation proxy service has been configured, use the following procedure to verify that the service is operational:

1. Log on to the federation server proxy system using an account with local administrator rights.

2. Open the Event Viewer; then, under Applications and Service Logs, expand AD FS 2.0 Eventing, and click on Admin.

3. In the Event ID column, search for an event with ID 198. If event ID 198 is shown, this indicates that the federation server proxy service was started successfully and is now online.

 
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