BizTalk 2013 Installation and Configuration – Install Windows Identity Foundation (Part 3)

Posted: May 8, 2013 in BizTalk
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In the previous step “Enable Internet Information Services” I mentioned that we should install the Windows Identity Foundation 3.5 feature, why?

If we plan to use/configure SharePoint Services adapter or SharePoint Online when used with SharePoint Services Client Side Object Model (CSOM), then Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) feature is required.

WIF is required if you are planning to use:

  • SharePoint Services Adapter with CSOM
  • SharePoint Online with CSOM

WIF is not required if you are planning to use:

  • SharePoint Services Adapter Web Service (deprecated)
  • No plan to use SharePoint

Windows Identity Foundation is included with the operating system (Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012) as a Feature in Turn Windows features on or off. (if you plan to use Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 the download is available here Windows Identity Foundation):

If you didn’t previous install WIF then you should following this steps:

· Open “Server Manager”.

· Under “Manage” menu, select “Add Roles and Features” (or press “Add roles and features” under the Dashboard panel)

  • On the Before You Begin screen, click “Next”
  • On the Installation Type screen, select “Role-based or Feature-based Installation” and click “Next”
  • On the Server Selection screen, select the appropriate server, leave the default options and click “Next”
  • On the Server Roles screen, click “Next”
  • On the Features screen, select “Windows Identity Foundation 3.5” and click “Next”

BTS-2013-WIF-Features

  • On the Confirmation screen, select “Restart the destination server automatically if required” and click “Install”

BTS-2013-WIF-Confirmation

  • When the installation completes, the wizard reflects the installation status on the Results screen
  • Click “Close” to exit the wizard.

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Comments
  1. Joe says:

    Sandro,
    What urls can I use to download Biztalk 2013 Server and for Visual Studio? I’m not finding links on technet or MSDN that get me to a download like.
    Thank you!

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