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Adding a Relying Party Trust

The connection between Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) and Codebashing is defined using a Relying party trust (RPT). Before you can add a relying party trust to the ADFS, you have to verify that the Active Directory Federation Services is installed. If installed, it is listed as :ADFS: AD FS under All Servers in the Server Manager list.

If not installed, you have to install it as a new Windows feature from the Windows PowerShell on the Windows server.

To add a relying party trust to the ADFS configuration:

  1. Select the Relying Party Trusts folder from ADFS Management and add a new Standard Relying Party Trust. This starts the configuration wizard for a new trust.

  2. Click <Start>. The Select Data Source dialog appears.

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  3. Select the last option Enter Data About the Party Manually and click <Next>. The Specify Display Name dialog appears.

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  4. Enter Codebashing as Display Name.

  5. Enter notes (optional).

  6. Click <Next>. The Choose Profile dialog appears.

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  7. Select the ADFS 2.0 profile option and click <Next>. The Configure Certificate dialog appears.

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  8. Leave the default setting and click <Next>. The Configure URL dialog appears.

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  9. Select Enable Support for the SAML 2.0 WebSSO protocol.

  10. Enter https://<yourinstance>.codebashing.com/users/auth/saml/callback in the Relaying party SAML 2.0 SSO service URL field.

  11. Replace the subdomain 'dev' in the URL with your platform instance name.

  12. Click <Next>. The Configure Identifiers dialog appears.

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  13. Enter https://<yourinstance>.codebashing.com in the Relaying party identifier field and click <Add>.

  14. Replace the subdomain 'dev' in the URL with your platform instance name.

  15. Click <Next>. The Configure Multifactor dialog appears.

  16. In the Configure Multifactor Authentication dialog, keep the default setting and click <Next>. The Issuance Authorization Rules dialog appears.

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  17. Select Permit all users to access the relying party.

  18. Click <Next>. The Ready to Add Trust dialog is displayed. This dialog provides a summary of your settings.

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  19. Click <Next>. The Finish dialog appears.

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  20. Leave the default settings and click <Close> to exit. The Claim Rules editor appears.