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Verified CloudConnect for Microsoft Office 365 ADFS is a lightweight plugin that allows you to leverage the security of Verified's multi-factor biometric authentication mechanisms with the flexibility of Active Directory Federation Services. Learn more about the benefits of this plugin here.

Requirements Overview

Below is a list of assumptions that are made when using this guide:

  • You have set up a domain controller and joined it to a domain that you own
  • You have set up a Windows Server instance that has the ADFS role installed and configured
  • You have set up a federation server farm and federated the domain successfully
  • You have set up a WAP with firewall rules to allow TLS traffic to and from
  • You have created one or more Relying Party Trusts
  • You have synced users to Azure AD from your on-premise AD instance

System Requirements

OSMicrosoft Windows Server 2012 R2 (ADFS 3.0)
Microsoft Windows Server 2016/2019 (ADFS 4.0)
CPUIntel Dual-Core 3Ghz x64 or higher
RAMMinimum 2GB
Optimal 4GB or higher
Disk SpaceMinimum 20GB
SoftwareMicrosoft .Net Framework 4.6.2
Active Directory Federation Services Role
Other RequirementsInstallation must be performed under administrator account

Architecture Requirements

authID's ADFS plugin works with any standard network topology (including proxies). For multiple server farms, you will need to follow this guide to install the plugin to each instance of ADFS. You can duplicate any plugin inputs for each instance and it will function normally.