Thursday, May 9, 2013

Part-2: Setting up standalone windows azure active directory federation for you asp.net application

 

After setting up WAAD, we are ready to integrate single sign on with our asp.net application. Before starting integration please make sure that you have installed following extension for VS2012.

· Identity and access tool extension for VS 2012.

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If we have this extension, we are ready to go for integration. Please follow steps given

· Right Click on Web application project, from context menu choose “Identity and Access”.

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· On the next screen select option “Use a business identity provider”.

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1) Add “APP ID URI” same, as you have provided while creating Integrating App on WAAD.

2) Click ok.

This will create necessary web configuration, to integrate WAAD with our asp.net application.

For more detail please look at  http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windowsazure/dn151790.aspx

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