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I have set up ADFS and mobile apps but never in a two way AD trust environment. The ADFS server and AX systems were always on the same network. I am going to be setting up the mobile apps for a client that we are deploying (through LCS) to Azure. Once the environment is running, we are going to create a Site-to-Site VPN between their on premise Active Directory domain and the LCS deployed AD domain for ease of user administration in AX.
My client is purchasing Office 365 and is trying to make a decision on which option to use to link up their on premise Active Directory and Office 365. I know ADFS is available for the authentication piece and I am wondering this -- if they install ADFS on their local network for use with Office 365, can I also utilize this same server for mobile app authentication while the AX environment (and the Microsoft Dynamics AX Connector for Mobile Applications) lives on Azure?
Next question. If my client does not install ADFS on their local environment for the Office 365 project, can I install it on the Azure AX system? Will it authenticate through the 2 way domain trust or does the ADFS server need to be on the clients local network to function?
If the AD Domains are in Two Way Trust, I guess is enough one ADFS.
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