Up-party - Connect AD FS with SAML 2.0
FoxIDs can be connected to AD FS with a up-party SAML 2.0. Where AD FS is a SAML 2.0 Identity Provider (IdP) and FoxIDs is acting as an SAML 2.0 Relying Party (RP).
Configuring AD FS as Identity Provider (IdP)
1 - Start by creating an up-party SAML 2.0 in FoxIDs Control Client
The up-party SAML 2.0 can either be configured by using the AD FS metadata
https://...adfs-domain.../federationmetadata/2007-06/federationmetadata.xml or by manually adding the SAML 2.0 details.
Recommended SAML 2.0 bindings:
- Authn request and response binding: Post
- Logout request and response binding: Post
Remark; The authn request redirect binding can result in a long query string which can cause problems I some devices. Therefore post binding is preferable.
The following screen shot show the basic FoxIDs up-party SAML 2.0 configuration using AD FS metadata in FoxIDs Control Client.
The AD FS metadata endpoint need to be accessible online to do the SAML 2.0 configuration with AD FS metadata. If not, you need to do the configuration manually.
More configuration options become available by clicking
Show advanced settings.
2 - Then go to the AD FS and create the Relying Party (RP)
In this part of the configuration you need to use the up-party SAML 2.0 metadata. It is possible to call a fictive up-party SAML 2.0 metadata in FoxIDs and thereby if preferred performing step 2 as the first step.
FoxIDs up-party SAML 2.0 metadata
track-ywith the up-party name
Configure the Relying Party (RP) on AD FS using the up-party SAML 2.0 metadata.
Alternatively, the Relying Party (RP) can be configured manually on the AD FS with the following properties:
- The public FoxIDs track ('tenant-x' and 'track-y') certificate
- Hash algorithm, default SHA-256
- The FoxIDs track identifier
https://foxids.com/tenant-x/track-y/or another identifier if configured
- Assertion consumer service endpoint
- Single logout (logout) service endpoint
3 - Then go to the AD FS Relying Party (RP) issuances claims configuration
It is recommended to add the NameID claim
http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2005/05/identity/claims/nameidentifier (in AD FS called the NameIdentifier) to enable the SessionIndex.
Without the NamID claim AD FS do not add the SessionIndex to the SAML token and it will therefore not be possible to do logout or single logout.
FoxIDs require AD FS to issue the users identity in either the NameID or at least one of the following claims:
Other claims is optional and can be received and transformed in FoxIDs.