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Web Application Proxy with Azure MFA Part 1

This blog explains the steps required for the installation of Web Application Proxy.

Go to the System manager à Manage à Add Role and Features. Then click next here.

Click next here. Select the server and click next.


Select Remote Access and click next. Then next on the features screen.


Click next here.


Select Web Application Proxy. Remember WAP is only available in windows 2012 R2 and not in 2012 non R2.


Click add features here and Click next.


Click next here.


Click next on the IIS roles page


Click Install on the confirmation page.


Once installation completed. Close the wizard.

Click on “Open the Web Application Proxy Wizard”


Click next on the welcome screen.


Fill the “Federation service Name”, Username, Password and click next.

Give the Federation service name which is your ADFS URL then any administrator on the ADFS server. I would prefer ADFS Service account here. Click next after populating the fields.

 


Select the certificate and click next.

Select a certificate and click next here. We need to use the ADFS server certificate so we might need to export the cert and import the certificate to the local computer à Personal folder

 


Click configure on this screen


ADFS Proxy Configuration will begin





Web Application Proxy with Azure MFA Part 2 http://msexchangeguru.com/2016/12/09/wap-adfs-mfa-part-2/

 

Prabhat Nigam

Microsoft MVP | CTO @ Golden Five

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