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ADFS integration as an Identity provider

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
I have read several articles on how to set up ADFS 2.0 and how to turn on ClaimsAuthentication as an Authentication Provider within SharePoint 2010.  However, I have thus far been unable to figure out how to get ADFS 2.0 to show up as an Identity Provider when I configure my SharePoint 2010 Authentication Provider.  I understand that some type of security or certificate trust has to occur in order for Sharepoint 2010 to recognize ADFS 2.0 as a trusted Identity provider, but I do not have any clear guidance as to how to configure this.  I have configured a domain controller with ADFS 2.0 using Active Directory as an Account Store as well as installed Sharepoint 2010 on this same server instance.  Any clarification and guidance on how to configure my Sharepoint 2010 instance to talk to ADFS and display as an IdentityProvider using ClaimsAuthentication would be greatly appreciated.    Thanks.

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