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Updating the federation URL endpoint
Figure 3-44 Add Token-Signing Certificate, Add Token-Decrypting Certificate, and Set
Service Communications.
8. Lastly, enter the following Windows PowerShell command from the Windows Azure
Active Directory Module:
Update-MSOLFederatedDomain –DomainName <YourFederatedDomain FQDN>
Note
By this time, you should be somewhat familiar with Windows PowerShell. Thus, for
Step 8 we omitted the Windows PowerShell commands you would normally use
to connect to Office 365 first, namely the Get-Credential and Connect-MsolService
commands. Furthermore, if you are executing these commands from a remote
server running Windows 2008 R2 or a Windows 7 workstation and not from your
AD FS server, remember you need to also execute the Set-MsolAdfsContext
command. Refer to previous sections if you need to refresh your memory.
9. Issue the following Windows PowerShell command from the Windows Azure Active
Directory Module to determine if the federation URL endpoint is successfully
updated:
Get-MsolDomainFederationSettings –DomainName <your domain FQDN>
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