Month: April 2019

Surface Hub at home

The Microsoft Surface Hub is a gigantic whiteboard on steroids. It allows you to .. (dhu) Whiteboard, but also allows you to join meetings through Skype or Teams, load PowerPoint/Word documents, connect you to your Office 365 services and much much more. Now the device in itself is special already, with many Mic’s and Camera’s […]

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In our previous post we looked at using Azure AD to perform the authentication for our F5 published web apps that used Kerberos. Now the strength of the F5 APM module is the SSO capabilities that allow it to authenticate users once and then they could reach any web app published by it, regardless of […]

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F5 Big-IP & AAD & KCD

The title being full of acronyms, this topic is about publishing Kerberos based websites behind an F5 load balancer, while using Azure AD as the authenticating service. Or in more technical terms, F5 will rely on an external SAML based token to perform Kerberos Constraint Delegation towards a backend server. Get settled in, this is […]

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