ADFS integration with SAML 2.0 SAML 2.0 single sign-on (SSO) supports integration with Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) 3.0. For information about installing and configuring ADFS, see Active Directory Federation Services Overview. Set up ADFS for SAMLThis procedure uses ADFS 2.0 and shows samportal.example.com as the ADFS website. Replace this with your ADFS website address. Set up the instance for ADFSAfter you set up ADFS 2.0 or 3.0, set up the instance and SAML 2.0 settings to work with ADFS.Configure an ADFS relying partyAt this point you can take the instance metadata and import it into your ADFS server. However, manual configuration of the relying party appears to be easier to implement. Configure ADFS relying party claim rulesEdit the Claim rules to enable proper communication with the instance. Create a SAML logout endpointCreate a SAML logout endpoint to allow single logout.Test the ADFS configurationTest your ADFS configuration to verify that it is properly functioning as an identity provider.(Workaround) Enable service provider-initiated authenticationA workaround is available if authentication fails because you do not have SAML 2.0 Update 1. This can happen if users attempt to skip IdP authentication and navigate directly to the instance.(Workaround) Support Kerberos authenticationA workaround is available for the SAML 2.0 integration that changes the authentication context from forms-based authentication to Windows-based authentication.