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Lync Server Cookbook by António Vargas, Lasse Nordvik Wedø, Alessio Giombini, Fabrizio Volpe

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Configuring passive authentication for Lync

Passive authentication requires establishing trust between the AD FS Server and the Lync Server (because user credentials will be forwarded by the latter service). Lync mobility policies require customization too. We will see the steps to configure passive authentication now.

Getting ready

Based on the schema of our lab environment, we will use madhatter.wonderland.lab as the internal FQDN of the Lync 2013 Standard Edition (SE) Server. The madhatter.absoluteuc.biz is the public name for the pool, while gryphon.wonderland.lab is the internal FQDN of the AD FS server, and adfs1.absoluteuc.biz is the public name for the same service.

Note

If we have no AD FS server available, the first step will be to add the ...

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