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Moving ADFS to new Server confusion

Moving my ADFS to a new on-prem server. Followed guidance from Microsoft Support...

The URL for my adfs is https://adfs.mydomain.net - and it goes there for the login... however, when loggin in, I now get the message

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AADSTS50107: The requested federation realm object 'http://mydomain.net/adfs/services/trust/' does not exist.

Well, yeah - its supposed to be adfs.mydomain.net - what happened and how to fix it?? Only have powershell access...

( on the new server, already ran :

connect-msolservice
Set-MsolADFSContext -Computer My-ADFS-Server.mylocaldomain.local
Update-MsolFederatedDomain -DomainName mydomain.net

per Microsoft support)

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You are issuing the wrong IssuerID in your issuance rules.


I recommand you use this tool to generate the rules you need to make the Office 365 trust work properly: https://adfshelp.microsoft.com/AadTrustClaims/ClaimsGenerator.

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