Since we looked at using a custom IdP for Windows Azure Pack last time I figured it would be good to explicitly list some resources for those looking to use ADFS instead as that’s a fairly common scenario people are exploring.
- Federated Identities to Windows Azure Pack through AD FS – Part 1 of 3: https://blogs.technet.com/b/privatecloud/archive/2013/12/17/federated-identities-to-windows-azure-pack-through-ad-fs-part-1-of-3.aspx
- Federated Identities to Windows Azure Pack through AD FS – Part 2 of 3: https://blogs.technet.com/b/privatecloud/archive/2013/12/17/federated-identities-to-windows-azure-pack-through-ad-fs-part-2-of-3.aspx
- Federated Identities to Windows Azure Pack through AD FS – Part 3 of 3: https://blogs.technet.com/b/privatecloud/archive/2013/12/18/federated-identities-to-windows-azure-pack-through-ad-fs-part-3-of-3.aspx
- Configure Active Directory Federation Services for Windows Azure Pack: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn296436.aspx
- Windows Azure Pack (#WAPack) and Related Blogs, Videos and TechNet Articles: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/20689.windows-azure-pack-wapack-and-related-blogs-videos-and-technet-articles.aspx
- Windows Azure Pack with ADFS and Windows Azure Multi-Factor Authentication – Part 1: https://www.hyper-v.nu/archives/mvaneijk/2014/01/windows-azure-pack-with-adfs-and-windows-azure-multi-factor-authentication-part-1/
- Windows Azure Pack with ADFS and Windows Azure Multi-Factor Authentication – Part 2: https://www.hyper-v.nu/archives/mvaneijk/2014/02/windows-azure-pack-with-adfs-and-windows-azure-multi-factor-authentication-part-2/
As more people start diving into production deployments of Windows Azure Pack I suspect we’ll see more articles around using ADFS too. For an up to date curated list of content for Windows Azure Pack take a look at the TechNet Wiki above.