Install and manage AD FS proxy servers
- Setting up ADFS Step by Step – http://office365support.ca/setting-up-adfs-proxy-server-part-1/
- Install the Federation Service Proxy Role Service – https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd807096.aspx
Mock Exam Sample Questions
You can customize the Office 365 Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) proxy login page. Items such as company logos, page title, disclaimers, and instructional text can be added or customized. You want to add a company logo to the AD FS proxy login screen. Which file will you configure? Choose the best option(s) from those listed below.
C: MasterPage.Master and MasterPage.Master.cs
To add a company logo to the AD FS proxy login page, the web.config file is configured. To do this, the logo image should be saved in the c:\inetpub\adfs\ls\ directory as a .jpg or .png file type. You then open the c:\inetpub\adfs\ls\web.config file in Notepad. In the web.config file, locate the following text: <!- <add key=”logo” value=”logo.jpg” /> -> and remove the “<!- and “->”. This is completed to uncomment the section. Then change the filename to match the logo you saved. Save and close the file. The login screen will now include a logo.
Correct Option(s): D: Web.config
- A: CommonResources.en.resx – The CommonResources.en.resx file is used if you want to modify the example instructions or to modify the instructional text on the AD FS proxy login screen. It would not be used to add a company logo.
- B: DirSyncConfigShell.psc1 – The DirSyncConfigShell.psc1 file is used when you need to force the DirSync operation. It is not used to add a company logo to the AD FS proxy login screen.
- C: MasterPage.Master and MasterPage.Master.cs – The MasterPage.Master and MasterPage.Master.cs files are used when you want to add a disclaimer to the bottom of the ADFS proxy login screen. These files are not used to add a company logo.
You can make Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) infrastructures available to the Internet. This allows you to provide external users access to applications that are running on internal servers. If AD FS is configured with Windows Server 2012 R2, which role service of the Remote Access server role do you need to configure for extranet access? Choose the best option(s) from those listed below.
A: Remote Desktop Gateway
B: Distributed Transactions
C: Remote Desktop Web Access
D: Web Application Proxy
When AD FS is used with Windows Server 2012 R2, the Web Application Proxy role service of the Remote Access server role should be configured for extranet access. This allows users that are located outside the organization to access applications that are running on servers located inside the organization. You can publish selected applications with Web Application Proxy, and users will only have access to those applications. Web Application Proxy can use AD FS to authenticate the users before they are given access to the applications.
Correct Option(s): D: Web Application Proxy
- A: Remote Desktop Gateway – Remote Desktop Gateway allows remote users to connect to internal network resources from a device that is connected to the Internet. Remote Desktop Gateway is not the Remote Access server role service that is configured for extranet access in an AD FS environment.
- B: Distributed Transactions – Distributed Transactions is an Application Server role service. Distributed Transactions is not the Remote Access server role service that is configured for extranet access in an AD FS environment.
- C: Remote Desktop Web Access – Remote Desktop Web Access is a Remote Desktop Services role service. It allows users using Windows 7 to access RemoteAPP and Desktop Connection using the Start menu or with a Web browser. Remote Desktop Web Access is not the Remote Access server role service that is configured for extranet access in an AD FS environment.