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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.

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.

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

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

Cheers,
Jorge
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