Implementing claim-based authentication and relying party trust

As mentioned earlier, an AD FS claim is a statement that a claims provider makes about an object, such as a user. The claims provider creates the claims and the relying party consumes the claims. The claim information provides the details that applications require to enable access to claims-aware applications. The email address, the UPN, or the last name are types that can be used for claims. AD FS provides a lot of built-in claim types, and you can create new ones based on your organization's needs. As the first step in AD FS planning, you need to define which types of claims and information your application needs to have to provide user access to the application. As mentioned, ...

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