In my previous blog post I wrote about host named site collections in SharePoint 2013. As this is the recommended way to go according to Microsoft, you should definitely consider it for new SharePoint deployments. But with these URL’s bound to your site collections, you can get into trouble quickly. It’s important to get a
Those of you who know SharePoint, probably also know those annoying problems you just cannot get your head around. Well today I had one of those problems.
There is a lot of information on how to link SharePoint 2010 or 2013 to an AD FS instance. But for some reason, most of those blogs include a manual step to enable the newly created authentication provider in Central Admin. I don’t like manual steps, so here is a little script which does the same,
In the second part of this article (read part 1 here), we’re going to extend our relayed service with AD (Active Directory) authentication. In most cases you’ll need authentication to provide some security for your business data. In this example, we’re keeping it simple; just using a valid domain account to access the data. All