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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

WSO2 Identity Server / Microsoft ADFS - Identity Broker Interop

We are in the middle of an interop event happening right now in Virginia Beach, USA. Today and yesterday we were able to successfully interop test a selected set of Identity Broker patterns with Microsoft ADFS 2.0/3.0.

In the first scenario, a .NET web application deployed in IIS talks to ADFS via WS-Federation. ADFS is acting as the broker and asks the user to pick the Identity Provider. Then ASFS will redirect the user to the WSO2 IS via WS-Federation.


In the second scenario, a .NET web application deployed in IIS talks to ADFS via SAML 2.0. ADFS is acting as the broker and it asks the user to pick the Identity Provider. Then ADFS will redirect the user to the WSO2 IS via SAML 2.0.


In the third scenario, WSO2 IS is acting as the broker. Salesforce which acts as the service provider talks to WSO2 IS via SAML 2.0. WSO2 IS asks the user to pick the Identity Provider. Then WSO2 IS will redirect the user to the ADFS via WS-Federation. In the return path WSO2 IS will convert the WS-Federation response into a SAML 2.0 response and sends it back to the Salesforce.


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