After upgrading the MFA component on our ADFS server it stopped working. Further investigation showed the following event ID error: Encountered error during federation passive request. Additional Data Protocol Name:Saml Relying Party:https://adfs.domain.com/saml/info Exception details:Microsoft.IdentityServer.Web.NoValidStrongAuthenticationMethodException: No strong authentication method found for
Microsoft ADFS 3.0 – Event ID 364 – No strong authentication method found for the request from
Windows Server 2016 ADFS v4.0 – Certain (non-admin) Users Cannot Login – no error, just plain login mask
Just recently I happened to face a pretty annoying issue, that took me a couple of hours to solve. And by the end it was quite simple and obvious actually. Long story short – newly implemented AD FS 4.0 farm,
Windows Server 2016 ADFS v4.0 – The specified service account ‘CN=svc-ADFS-gMSA’ did not exist. Attempt to create the group Managed Service Account failed. Error: There is no such object on the server.
While running the Active Directory Federation Services Configuration Wizard for the first time on a newly installed Windows Server 2016, I ran into the following error after deciding to create the first federation server in a federation server farm, and
Citrix NetScaler v11 – How to setup your NetScaler as an AD FS proxy
This short blog describes how to enable NetScaler 11’s Content Switching feature to proxy your AD FS infrastructure thus getting rid of a dedicated AD FS Proxy server.
HowTo – Install and Configure Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services 3.0 (ADFS 3.0)
I had quite some trouble installing and configuring AD FS 3.0 on a Windows Server 2012 R2 with a SQL Server 2005 Standard Edition server to store my Configuration DB in. Therefore I wanted to share that information, hoping it
HowTo – Citrix ShareFile SAML Authentication with Microsoft AD FS 2.0 or 3.0 – Lessons Learned
In order to make this work, check out the Prerequisites section, and read my other articles about installing and configuring AD FS prior to setting them up with ShareFile and/or NetScaler. This setup requires multiple steps with functional verification tests