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  • Wiki Page: AD FS 2.0: How to Change the Local Authentication Type

    AD FS 2.0, out of the box, supports four local authentication types: Integrated Windows authentication (IWA) - can utilize Kerberos or NTLM authentication. You should always prefer Kerberos authentication over NTLM and configure the appropriate service principal name (SPN) for the AD FS 2.0 service...
  • Wiki Page: Windows Identity Foundation (WIF): How to Utilize the WS-Federation WAUTH Parameter to Specify an Authentication Type

    There are two ways in which Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) can utilize the WS-Federation passive WAUTH parameter to specify an authentication type. There are a few questions to ask before deciding which method to implement: 1. Can the WAUTH parameter remain static for a Relying Party (RP) application...
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