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posted on August 24th 2015, at 16:20
by lunarg
Occasionally (usually once a year), you may have to renew your SSL certificate of your Active Directory Federation Services server, used for your Office 365 Single Sign-On setup. In past versions, this was done quite easily through IIS. However, since 2012 R2 (a.k.a. ADFS 3.0), ADFS no longer uses IIS and it gets a little bit more complicated.

Outlined in this short article are the steps you need to do in order to renew or replace your SSL certificate on a Windows 2012 R2 server, running ADFS 3.0.

First, renew or request a new SSL certificate through your Certificate Authority (such as GoDaddy, Enom, etc.). How to do this depends greatly on the CA. As ADFS on 2012 R2 no longer uses IIS, yo  ...

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