You can start the ADFS 3.0 Configurer manually or automatically after installation of the ADFS plug-in.
To run the ADFS 3.0 Configurer manually, perform the following steps:
Clickand specify in .
Select the appropriate option from the search results.
To configure the Advanced Authentication ADFS plug-in, perform the following steps:
Specify a database connection inor click .
Specify aof Microsoft SQL Server in .
Theoption is selected by default. Select the for SQL authentication and specify the SQL Server credentials.
Select or specify a database name.
NOTE:A user account, in which the ADFS 3.0 Configurer is started must have the db_owner rights to access the database.
Clickto validate access to the selected database.
You might receive the following error that indicates the specified database does not exist:
Cannot open database "<DatabaseName>" requested by the login. The login failed.Login failed for user '<Username>'.
Clickto create a new database.
NOTE:Theoption for existing database is equivalent to option. The required tables and indices are not overwritten, if they have been already created.
IMPORTANT:You must click theoption or option each time you want to reconfigure the ADFS 3.0 plug-in.
Copy the specified value fromunder the to a text file.
Specify the following URL in:
http://<NAAFServer>/adfs/. Replace <NAAFServer> to an Advanced Authentication hostname (recommended) or IP address.
WARNING:Ensure that the URL ends with a backslash'/'.
Selectin the list.
Copy the text fromto any text file.
HINT:You can clickif a currently used key was compromised. This is required only on one ADFS server in ADFS farm.
IMPORTANT:You can clickif you want to disable the ADFS plug-in. You need to do this on only one ADFS server in ADFS farm.