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OCI : Federating OCI With Microsoft Active Directory Using Microsoft Active Federation Services (AD FS) (Doc ID 2614110.1)

Last updated on APRIL 15, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure - Version N/A and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

 This topic describes how to federate with Microsoft Active Directory using Microsoft Active Federation Services (AD FS).

Scope

Prerequisites:

You need to be familiar with General concepts described in the Doc ID 2614190.1

You have installed and configured Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services for your organization.

You have set up groups in Active Directory to map to groups in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. 

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Sign-in Options
 1. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure IAM
 2. Oracle Identity Cloud Service
 When to Use Each Sign-In Option
 Federating with Microsoft Active Directory
 Step 1: Get required information from Active Directory Federation Services
 Step 2. Add Active Directory as an identity provider in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
 Step 3: Copy the URL for the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Federation Metadata document
 Step 4: In Active Directory Federation Services, add Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as a trusted relying party
 Step 5: Add the claim rules for the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure relying party
 Step.6 Login to OCI console using IDP that you just configured.
 Troubleshooting
References

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