Create a Non-Claims-Aware Relying Party Trust

 

In the AD FS Management snap-in, non-claims-aware relying party trusts are objects that are created to represent the trust between the federation service and a single web-based application that is not claims-aware and that is accessed through the Web Application Proxy.

A non-claims-aware relying party trust is a relying party trust which consists of identifiers, names, and rules for authentication and authorization when the relying party trust is accessed through the Web Application Proxy. These web-based applications that do not rely on claims, in other words, these Integrated Windows Authentication-based applications, can have authorization rules that enforce access that is based on claims when the access is external to the corporate network through the Web Application Proxy.

To add a new non-claims-aware relying party trust, by using the AD FS Management snap-in, perform the following procedure.

Membership in Administrators, or equivalent, on the local computer is the minimum required to complete this procedure. Review details about using the appropriate accounts and group memberships at Local and Domain Default Groups (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=83477).

To create a non-claims-aware relying party trust

  1. In Server Manager, click Tools, and then select AD FS Management.

  2. In AD FS snap-in, under AD FS\Trust Relationships, right-click Relying Party Trusts, and then click Add Non-Claims-Aware Relying Party Trust to open the Add Non-Claims-Aware Relying Party Trust Wizard.

  3. On the Welcome page, click Start.

  4. On the Specify Display Name page, type a name in Display name, under Notes type a description for this non-claims-aware relying party trust, and then click Next.

  5. On the Configure Identifiers page, specify one or more identifiers for this relying party, click Add to add them to the list, and then click Next.

  6. On the Configure Multi-factor Authentication Now? page, do one of the following:

    • Select I do not want to configure multi-factor authentication settings for this relying party trust at this time, and then proceed to step 9.

    • Select Configure multi-factor authentication settings for this relying party trust, and then proceed to step 7.

    For more information about MFA, see Configuring authentication policies for AD FS.

  7. On the Configure Multi-factor Authentication page, configure multi-factor authentication (MFA) that is based on the following available settings:

    • User or group membership – In Users/Groups, click Add to specify those Active Directory (AD) users or groups for which you want to require MFA.

    • Devices – In Devices, select either Unregistered devices or Registered devices.

    • Locations – In Locations, select either Extranet or Intranet.

    For more information about MFA, see Configuring authentication policies for AD FS.

  8. On the Choose Issuance Authorization Rules page, select either Permit all users to access this relying party or Deny all users access to this relying party, and then click Next.

  9. On the Ready to Add Trust page, review the settings, and then click Next to save your relying party trust information.

  10. On the Finish page, click Close.

Important

For the non-claims-aware relying party trusts to function there has to be a Web Application Proxy that can orchestrate the authentication and authorization and can translate to the authentication protocol of the application it represents.

See Also

AD FS Operations