This lab will take you through the process of configuring Windows ADFS with AWS IAM, which enables you to access your AWS Management Console with the desired Active Directory users and groups. You will leverage the AWS support for Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), an open standard used by many identity providers. This feature enables federated single sign-on (SSO), which lets users sign in to the AWS Management Console or make programmatic calls to AWS APIs by using assertions from a SAML-compliant identity provider (IdP) like Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS). To successfully complete this lab, you should be familiar with basic Windows Server administration and also be highly fluent and conceptually solid with the techniques of federated identity and identity providers in general, and SAML, LDAP, Active Directory, and AWS IAM in particular.
Lab Details
Tokens Required: 15 Tokens
Levels: expert
Duration: 01 h:20 m
Access Time: 01 h:57 m
Setup Time: 00 h:04 m
Tags: Windows, spl102, ADFS, federation, SAML, active directory, certificates, trust, RDP, domain controller, security group, Microsoft, subnets, identity provider, SSO, iam, ec2
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