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Load Balanced virtual server with SAML authentication to Azure AD


David Harfst

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I've got a Nescaler VPX running NS11.1 63.15.nc in front of an IIS 10 web server.  I set up a load balanced virtual server to act as a reverse proxy for the web server.  But I want to authenticate users who access the web site with Azure AD as the SAML IDP.

 

I've got everything set up on the Azure side, but I'm having difficulty figuring out how to set up the Authentication server/policy on the Netscaler side.  The documentation mentions you can input a metadata URL, which I have, but this build version doesn't seem to have those options.

 

Can someone point me to a how-to for this configuration?

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15 hours ago, Koenraad Willems said:

Hi,

 

Have you seen this guide? It's written for Virtual Apps and Desktops, but I'm sure you will be able to get the required info from it:

https://www.mycugc.org/blogs/ryan-gallier/2019/05/02/the-complete-guide-azuread-saml-authentication

 

Best,

 

Koenraad

 

I believe I figured it out, comparing the "add authentication" command to what I already had set up for Storefront.  The part I was missing was the "Issuer Name", which is not clearly documented that it needs to be the URL of the web site in most of the documentation, and is not marked as a required field.

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Switched to SHA256 out of the box.

 

I've gone through three of those four links already with no success.  The fourth is for the Netscaler as the IDP which does not apply in my use case.

 

There's not a lot of documentation on the Authentication Virtual Server, and also not a lot on how to debug this error.  aaad.debug gives me the assertion, but www.samltool.com says it's valid.  Nothing logged in ns.log.

 

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