Configure Microsoft ADFS for CSM
Configure Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS), an add-on product for Active Directory that supports identity federation protocols, including SAML 2.0.
CSM provides integration with third-party identity providers, not support. For more information about your AD/ADFS setup, work with an AD/ADFS Administrator.
This topic applies to versions of ADFS that are currently supported by Microsoft.
|1. In CSM, follow steps 1-4 in Configure SAML in CSM.|
|2. In Microsoft ADFS, verify DNS and certificate settings.||See Verify DNS and Certificate Properties in ADFS.|
|3. In Microsoft ADFS, import or manually add CSM as a relying party trust.||See Manually Add CSM as a Relying Party.|
|4. In Microsoft ADFS, configure the type of
SAML Name ID.
To automatically import new and updated user accounts in CSM, you must use Windows login IDs.
|See Use E-mail Address as the Name ID or Use Windows Login as the Name ID.|
|5. In Microsoft ADFS, configure user attributes if you want to automatically import new and updated user accounts in CSM.||See Configure User Attributes in ADFS.|
|6. In Microsoft ADFS, configure groups if you want to automatically import new and updated user accounts in CSM.||See Configure Groups in ADFS.|
|7. In Microsoft ADFS, configure ADFS as the SAML Identity Provider.||See Configure the SAML Identity Provider.|