Creating an InsideCorporateNetwork Claim for AD FS 2.x

AD FS 2012 R2 ships with the InsideCorporateNetwork Claim. It evaluates to “True” when a request is received directly at AD FS, or “False”, if a request is received at the WAP. This Claim doesn’t exist in AD FS 2.0/2.1, and it’s fair to say this is one of the more poorly understood differences in […]

Creating a broadly compatible, modern SSL certificate with Active Directory Certificate Services

After recently hitting the default two year expiration point with our SharePoint development environment’s AD CS-issued SSL certificates, I set about updating that environment with a new five year template. I took this opportunity to see if I could make it as good as possible without breaking compatibility with anything. I will discuss some of […]

The Rules of AD FS Claims Rules

Many people think of AD FS as merely a federated authentication service. And with a name like Active Directory Federation Services, it’s easy to see why. However, it also has the capacity to make authorisation decisions within its Claims Engine. This may be most familiar as the Office 365 Client Access Policies, but those policies […]