Event ID 630 — Trust Policy and Configuration
Applies To: Windows Server 2008
The Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) trust policy file defines the set of parameters that a Federation Service requires to identify partners, certificates, account stores, claims, and the various properties of these entities that are associated with the Federation Service.
|Product:||Windows Operating System|
|Message:||The Federation Service encountered an error while loading the trust policy. A collection in the trust policy contains duplicate items.
Collection type: %1
Duplicate property name: %2
Duplicate property value: %3
If this error occurs during startup of the Federation Service, the Federation Service will be not be able to start, and all requests to the Federation Service will fail until the configuration is corrected. If this error occurs while the Federation Service is running, the Federation Service will continue to use the last trust policy that was loaded successfully.
This error occur only if the trust policy file has been modified without use of the AD FS administrative tools. Remove the duplicate item from the collection.
Change duplicate claim name values in the trust policy file
This claim error occurs only if the trust policy file has been modified without the use of the Active Directory Federation Services snap-in.
You cannot have duplicate claim names. Change one of the duplicate claim name values to resolve this problem.
To perform this procedure, you must be a member of the local Administrators group, or you must have been delegated the appropriate authority.
To locate duplicate claims and rename them:
- In Notepad or another text editor, open the TrustPolicy.xml file that, by default, is in %systemdrive%\windows\systemdata\adfs.
- Check the groupclaims and customclaims sections for any duplicate claim definitions.
- Rename the duplicate claim names.
Verify that you can access the Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS)-enabled application from a client browser and that the resource can be accessed.