ADFS to Azure

Edeejay 41 Reputation points

Hi everyone

I have a question...
Is “upn” claim with ADFS the same as “name” claim with Azure (the values are the same on my app) ¿?

Active Directory Federation Services
Active Directory Federation Services
An Active Directory technology that provides single-sign-on functionality by securely sharing digital identity and entitlement rights across security and enterprise boundaries.
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  1. Siva-kumar-selvaraj 15,206 Reputation points

    Hello @Edeejay ,

    Thanks for reaching out.

    Yes, name claim( ) mapped with user.userprincipalname source attribute as additional claims for enterprise application. This is default claims which can be verified from User attributes & claims setting as shown below and this can be modified as required by adding new claim and deleting default one.




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  1. Edeejay 41 Reputation points

    @sikumars-msft Thanks for your reply.

    I want to make this change only for an app, Is this posible? It´s like you are explain?


  2. Edeejay 41 Reputation points

    Yes It´s only for one app in particular that we want to login via oAuth2.
    Now, This app is logging throw ADFS using UPN.

  3. Edeejay 41 Reputation points


    I´m configuring that from "app registration..."
    I´ll send your comments to my partners...

    UPN claim, on Oauth Authentication, is automatically included.
    I don´t have to configure anything on this registered app.

    Sorry ...