AD FS Help Azure AD RPT Claim Rules
Azure AD RPT Claim Rules
Designed for a single domain or multiple domains. Walk through our simple process to get the right claims for your federation trust between Azure AD and AD FS
In order to create the right set of claims, we need more information about your Azure AD domains. You can upload the information in a CSV file (recommended), or provide the information yourself.
To get the domain information directly from your Azure AD tenant, perform the following steps:
- Ensure that you have installed Azure Active Directory PowerShell modules. Click here to download the modules.
- Launch a PowerShell session.
Copy and run the following code snippet. This will generate the CSV file based on your tenant information.
- Sign in to Azure AD when prompted.
Upload the output.csv file.
- If you are changing any domain from managed to federated, you will need to indicate the change below.
Manually enter in any Azure AD information below. Create an entry or modify an existing entry for each of the domains within your organization. To add new rows, click on the plus sign. For each entry provide the domain name, the root domain name, and the authentication type (Federated | Managed). If an entry is the root domain, then leave the Root Domain Name field empty.
|Domain Name||Root Domain Name||Authentication Type|