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(2013-07-06) Uninstalling An ADFS v2.0 PRX Server

Posted by Jorge on 2013-07-06


In the past I described how to install an ADFS Proxy (PRX) Server in this post. This post will focus on UNINSTALLING an ADFS PRX Server.

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First you need to uninstall ADFS v2.0

  • Open a Command Prompt Window
  • Open APPWIZ.CPL
  • Click View Installed Updates and type ACTIVE into the Search Programs and Features search bar.
  • Select Active Directory Federation Services 2.0 and click Uninstall.

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Secondly, uninstall IIS as described in the section “Restore IIS on a federation server or federation server proxy computer” from How to restore IIS and clean up Active Directory when you uninstall Active Directory Federation Services 2.0

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And last but not least, delete the CA issued certificate from the computer’s personal store if you do not intend to re-use it

  • Open a Command Prompt Window
  • Open MMC
  • Add the Snap-in called “Certificates” and focus on the local computer
  • Navigate to the personal store of the computer, select the certificate that contains the name/FQDN of the federation service in the subject or SAN and delete it

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Cheers,
Jorge
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