ADFS WAP Proxy – An error occurred when attempting to establish a trust relationship with the federation service.

Environment

  • Windows 2012 R2 server on the LAN with the Active Directory Federation Service Role installed
  • Windows 2012 R2 server in the DMZ with the Remote Access role and the Web Application Proxy (WAP) feature installed

Problem

Getting the following error running the Web Application Proxy Configuration Wizard

“An error occurred when attempting to establish a trust relationship with the federation service. Error:  The request was aborted:  Could not create SSL/TLS secure channel”

Event ID 393 was written to the event log read more

How to enable MAC address spoofing on a Hyper-V 2012 R2 Virtual Machine using PowerShell

I recently had to enable MAC address spoofing on the network adapters of two virtual machines deployed on Hyper-V 2012.  Here’s how I did it using PowerShell:

First, use the following command to take a look at the current configuration of our network adapter

Get-VMNetworkAdapter -VMName  VirtualMachineName –ComputerName HyperVHostName |fl Name,MacAddressSpoofing read more

Active Directory Federation Service (ADFS) Design Considerations and Deployment Options

Lately I have been working more and more with ADFS, mainly because of the Office 365 / Exchange Hybrid / Exchange Online deployments I have been doing.

So I thought I share my experiences, what I have learned and resources I’ve used.  In this blog post I’ll be covering the following:

  1. Overview of ADFS
  2. ADFS Deployment Steps
  3. ADFS Sizing
  4. Publishing ADFS externally (ADFS Proxy)
  5. High Availability
  6. Disaster Recovery
  7. ADFS Configuration Database – WID or SQL?
  8. Using ADFS for Conditional Access
  9. How to migrate ADFS from one server / farm to another
  10. Switching Office 365 Identity Model from Cloud Only to Federated (ADFS)
  11. ADFS Backup
  12. Troubleshooting ADFS
  13. What if ADFS can’t be recovered?

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