Azure Application Proxy – Part 3

Setting up the Application in IIS

Assuming you have just installed IIS. Stop the default web application.

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Add a new website for our application.

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Specify a web site name – and select the path C:\www\intranet-app1 (the path we shared earlier in part 2).

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After clicking “OK” you will get a warning about port 80’s binding. This can be ignored as we have stopped the default web site that was using it.

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At this point if you try to access the application it will show an authentication error:

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We need to do some further setup to allow our chosen Authentication method. Enable kernel mode authentication on the Intranet-App1:

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Enable Windows Authentication

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Next Browse to the website – and you should be prompted to perform a domain login: (If you log straight in without being prompted, it may be because you are already logged into the domain, in that case start a private browsing session and retry.)

 

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You should now see the website page you created in Visual Studio

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Up to this point you have an application running on your Intranet, authenticating using your own Active Directory credentials.

In Part 4 we’ll enable Azure Application Proxy  to make this application securely available to external (Internet) users.

 

 

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