I have one server with ADFS-2.0 and a few websites on it. One of the websites is Dynamics CRM which listens on a specific IP address on port 443.
Dynamics CRM provides a metadata file for configuration purposes which could be used to configure a relaying party trust with ADFS. It is accessible with the URL
The problem is that ADFS-2.0 installs a service which registers following urlacl
This means the result of accessing the URL
https://auth.contoso.com/FederationMetadata/2007-06/federationmetadata.xml is the metadata file of ADFS, not the one of Dynamics CRM.
I've tried to delete the default urlacl and added (one of them at a time)
but neither of them worked. Instead the ADFS-service failed to startup complete.
Is there any way to bind this service to a IP address? At the moment I see only two alternatives
Bind the service to a non standard port. This leads to problems because this means that also the ADFS website has to use a non-standard HTTPS-port.
Install ADFS-2.0 on a different server (this is my favorite alternative - however it is not possible in every situation...)