In the previous post we created enabled the guest user and configured anonymous. Now we want to be able to allow some external user to be able to login. This is where Azure ACS comes in so we need to go and configure that and then tell our public Enterprise Portal site about ACS so it knows where to go and authenticate. This video walks through that process and doing the initial connection back to our public site to test it’s working.
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