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License usage reporting in Office 365: part 2

(This is part 2 of a series; see part 1. if you have questions or want to see specific licensing or reporting topics covered here, drop me a line: paul.robichaux@summit7systems.com.)

In part 1 of this series, I talked about some of the license reporting features in Office 365. The big takeaway from that article is simple: many Office 365 admins want to know how many users have installed Office 365 Pro Plus, and on which devices, but the Office 365 reporting tools don't provide a good way to see that data.

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Beginners Guide to Claims-based Authentication, AD FS 3.0, and SharePoint 2013 – Part III: Configuring SharePoint 2013 for AD FS

Well, we’ve installed and configured AD FS 3.0 and we have created the first relying party trust for our SharePoint 2013 farm. All that remains now is to complete the configuration of our new Trusted Identity Token Provider and configure SharePoint to use it, which we will be doing in this article.

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Beginners Guide to Claims-based Authentication, AD FS 3.0, and SharePoint 2013 – Part II: Installing and Configuring AD FS 3.0

In my last post we took a high-level view of the various authentication processes and how they work. In this post, we’ll take the next step in our discussion of claims-based authentication and talk about Active Directory Federation Services - or AD FS, version 3.0.

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Claims-based Authentication, ADFS 3.0, and SharePoint 2013 – Beginners Guide

I should know what claims authentication is and how it works inside and out, up ways and down, backwards and forwards. I should… but I’m ashamed to admit that until about 18 months ago I could talk my way through it, I knew “kind of” how it all worked and I could make it all work together but I didn’t really understand the under the hood of how it all works together as much as I probably should have.

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I challenge you to a challenge of all challenges… Yes, you read that right, incorrect grammar and all.

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