Create a New Organization Claim
Applies To: Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2
Claim name—Provides a space for you to type the name of the new organization claim.
Use the Claim name field to communicate any authorization information that is not one of the other claim types. You must specify a fixed set of custom subtypes; for example, you can extend Claim name by specifying details such as employee number, first name, and last name. Each custom subtype is a separate unit of administration for claim population and mapping. The value of a specific custom subtype claim is an arbitrary string that is exposed to the end application.
Limit the auditing of this claim—Specifies whether the claim value is audited or shared when the claim is produced or mapped. The audit indicates the name of the claim, but the value of the claim is omitted. An example of a limited claim is Social Security Number.
Group claim—Select this option if you want this organization claim to be a group claim type.
Custom claim—Select this option if you want this organization claim to be a custom claim type.