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lucy [Create the Relying Party Trust in AD FS]
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lucy [Create the Relying Party Trust in AD FS]
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   * On your AD FS server, open the **AD FS Management** console, expand **Trust Relationships** and select the **Relying Party Trusts** node. In the Actions pane, click **Add Relying Party Trust**:   * On your AD FS server, open the **AD FS Management** console, expand **Trust Relationships** and select the **Relying Party Trusts** node. In the Actions pane, click **Add Relying Party Trust**:
  
-**Attention** :!: If the Lucy Admin Console is configured on a non-standard port (for example, port 8443, see more [[firewall_security_settings|here]]),​ then you will need to add two separate entry of Relying Party Trust with the identical parameters, but different Federation metadata address (URL). \\+**Attention** :!: If the Lucy Admin Console is configured on a non-standard port (for example, port 8443, see more [[firewall_security_settings|here]]),​ then you will need to add **two separate entry of Relying Party Trust** with the identical parameters, but different Federation metadata address (URL): \\ 
 +The first will be: **https://​lucydomain.com/​service-provider/​endpoint/​metadata/​lucy-sp** \\ 
 +Second: **https://​lucydomain.com:​8443/​service-provider/​endpoint/​metadata/​lucy-sp** \\ 
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 In case access to the Lucy Admin Console is limited to a range of IP addresses, you must include an ADFS server in this range. In case access to the Lucy Admin Console is limited to a range of IP addresses, you must include an ADFS server in this range.
  
sso_authentication.txt · Last modified: 2019/07/09 11:56 by lucy