Configure AD FS

Atualizada: Outubro de 2013

Aplica-se a: Windows Azure Pack for Windows Server

As the first step of enabling Windows Azure Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) for Windows Azure Pack for Windows Server, you must configure AD FS as explained in the following steps.

  1. If you use an existing AD FS, do the following:

    1. In AD FS, use the following address to add the portal de gestão para administradores and portal de gestão para inquilinos as relying parties:

      <Portal URI>/federationMetadata/2007-06/Federationmetadata.xml

      Replace <Portal URI> with the addresses of the portal de gestão para administradores and the portal de gestão para inquilinos.

      For example, https://www.contosotenant.com/federationMetadata/2007-06/Federationmetadata.xml

    2. Apply the following transformation rules to the portal de gestão para inquilinos:

      • Transform AD Groups to 'Groups' Claims

      • Transform email address to UPN Claims

    3. Skip the remaining steps and go to Configure the management portals to trust AD FS.

  2. If you are setting up a new AD FS, on the machine that you want to use for AD FS, enable the AD FS role.

  3. Log on to the machine as the domain administrator. You have two options to configure AD FS: Run the Install-AdfsFarm cmdlet or run a script.

    • Run the Install-AdfsFarm cmdlet to configure AD FS.



      Install-AdfsFarm –CertificateThumbprint <String> -FederationServiceName <String> -ServiceAccountCredential <PSCredential> -SQLConnectionString <String>
      


      You must provide the following information to run the Install-AdfsFarm cmdlet.

       

      Cmdlet parameter Information needed

      –CertificateThumbprint

      Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Certificate thumbprint. The certificate should be installed in the <local_machine>\My store.

      -FederationServiceName

      Fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the AD FS service.

      -ServiceAccountCredential

      The domain service account to run AD FS.

      -SQLConnectionString

      SQL connection string to an instance of a Microsoft SQL Server to host the AD FS databases.



    • Or, run the following script to configure AD FS.

      noteNota
      You must install makecert.exe before running this script. Alternatively, you can use IIS to create a self-signed certificate and pass the thumbprint in this script.



      # Set these values:
      $domainName = 'contoso.com'
      $adfsPrefix = 'AzurePack-adfs'
      $username = 'username' 
      $password = 'password'
      $dnsName = ($adfsPrefix + "." + $domainName)
      
      # Generate Self Signed Certificate
      Import-Module -Name 'PKI','WebAdministration'
      # You must install makecert.exe before running this script. Alternatively use the IIS UI to create a self-signed certificate and pass the thumbprint in this script
      
      $item = Get-Item -Path 'IIS:\SslBindings\0.0.0.0!443' -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
      if (!$item)
      {
      MakeCert.exe -n "CN=$dnsName" -r -pe -sky exchange -ss My -sr LocalMachine -eku 1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.1
      cert = ,(Get-ChildItem 'Cert:\LocalMachine\My' | Where-Object { $_.Subject -eq "CN=$dnsName" })[0]
      }
      $thumbprint = $cert.Thumbprint
      $securePassword = ConvertTo-SecureString -String $password -Force -AsPlainText
      $adfsServiceCredential = New-Object -TypeName System.Management.Automation.PSCredential -ArgumentList ($domainname + '\' + $username), $securePassword
      
      # If you want to install AD FS with a database, provide this data. Otherwise it will install with the Windows Internal Database (which should be enabled 
      # prior to configuring AD fS)
      $dbServer = 'AzurePack-SQl'
      $dbUsername = 'sa'
      $dbPassword = '<SQL_password>'
      $adfsSqlConnectionString = [string]::Format('Data Source={0};Initial Catalog=master;User ID={1};Password={2}', $dbServer, $dbUsername, $dbPassword)
      
      # Configure AD FS
      Install-AdfsFarm `
          -CertificateThumbprint $thumbprint `
          -FederationServiceName $dnsName `
          -ServiceAccountCredential $adfsServiceCredential `
          -SQLConnectionString $adfsSqlConnectionString `
          -OverwriteConfiguration
      
    TipSugestão
    If you get error messages about duplicate Service Principal Names (SPN), use the Setspn tool to remove and then re-add the SPN as follows:

    1. From a command prompt on the AD FS machine, run the Setspn tool to remove the duplicate SPN:

      setspn -u -d http/$dnsname $username

    2. From a command prompt on the AD FS machine, run the Setspn tool to add a new SPN:

      setspn -u -s http/$dnsname $username

    For more information on SPN, visit the MSDN page about Service Principal Names.

 
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