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First Impressions – AD FS and Window Server 2012 R2 – Part II

14/03/2014

This blog has really helped me in recent months while working with the latest features of ADFS, this is another great post.

The Access Onion

Hi folks. Welcome back to Part II of our first look at the new AD FS release in Windows Server 2012 R2. This one has been a while in the making and for those who have been waiting, thanks for your patience. This is a pretty long post and the longest to date. For the most part it emphasises what is new and good in the Windows Server 2012 R2 incarnation of AD FS, in particular concentrating on the authentication and UI changes in the latest release.

In the last post we looked at some of the new architectural changes in AD FS with Windows Server 2012 R2, such as the Web Application Proxy, Extranet soft lockout and a lightweight domain join facility, otherwise known as Workplace Join. In this post we’ll extend the look to some of the authentication/UI changes and how their application embraces a more conditional access…

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