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    Bohman, Dan
    Umeå University, Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Applied Physics and Electronics.
    Single Sign On med Azure AD Connect2016Independent thesis Basic level (university diploma), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    This report covers Azure AD Connect and Single/Simplified Sign On. Users and customers today places greater demand for easier login method and seamless experience for reaching all services. Microsoft has recently released Azure AD Connect tool to help synchronize passwords between Active Directory and the cloud services Office 365/Azure and 1000s of Software as a service applications. Team Norr IT-partner is an IT company that focuses on delivering Microsoft products to thier customers and therefore wanted to know more about Azure AD Connect. How to configure the solution and what the set requirements are.

    Single Sign On means that you only need to sign in with password and login once and automatically get access the applications that support the technology without any more credentials.  By using a Federated domain users get the best and safest experience with Single Sign On. Simplified Sign On lets users use the same username and password to login with to all applications with support, but no automatic login.

    Azure AD Connect tool installs the roles that are needed to run a Single Sign On or Simplified Sign On. By default the synchronization engine will keep track of information about the users and groups. Passwords are also synchronized between on-premises Active Directory and Azure Active Directory or federation server.

    What the Synchronization engine takes is determined by the rules defined. Password Sync does not install any extra server roles. With the Federation path there will be extra roles installed called Federation (AD FS) and Web Application Proxy (WAP). They handle the authentication of users instead of the normal Microsoft authentication. There is some set requirement for the servers that host the roles depending on the size of Active Directory and numbers of users. The servers need a certain base performance for it to work properly. 

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