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How to configure SnapCenter as an Application Group in ADFS

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Applies to

  • SnapCenter Server
  • Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)


This article covers how to execute a single PowerShell script to configure  SnapCenter as an Application Group in ADFS and configure OpenID Connect to provide a username as claims by using OAuth/OIDC Authentication.

  • SnapCenter 4.7 supported configuring ADFS for MFA with GUI Feature.
  • Application Group and claims can be configured by GUI wizard and PowerShell command.

Note: Before executing the script, ensure the Multi-Factor Authentication Provider (example: Cisco Duo) is already configured on ADFS Server and each application group has a unique redirect-URL.


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