Under this key, define one or more string values for the ADFS server(s) as configured in your site.


  1. If you have more than one tenant, you will need to create a separate registry entry for each tenant.
  2. Make sure that the Windows Identity Foundation prerequisite is also installed.


Applies to:7.x Briefcase for Windows, Email Manager for Outlook
6.x Briefcase for Windows, Email Manager for Outlook, Contributor Pro
Registry Root Key PriorityHKEY_CURRENT_USER
Registry Key Location...\Contributor\Authentication\Adfs\
String Value NameThe value entered here is the value that will be displayed in the ADFS Server: drop down of the Edit SharePoint Site window. Enter a string that your users recognize as your domain.
Possible Value Data[Identity Provider Identifier] > [ADFS Server URL] [SharePoint Realm]
eg. http://adfs.mycompany.com/adfs/services/trust > https://myadfs.mycompany.com urn:mydemo.mycompany.com:sharepoint

Note: If this entry is malformed or incomplete, it will be ignored.


For details on applying a configuration setting, please refer to the article How to apply a Configuration Setting.

Post-Registry Configuration

For each SharePoint site you add:

  1. Enter the site URL
  2. If you have more than one tenant, choose ADFS 2.0 from the Authentication Type: dropdown and then choose your tenant from the ADFS Server: dropdown
    Note: If your tenant is not listed, check the registry entry for errors and completeness.
  3. Enter your credentials and authenticate

Note: When a users password is changed, the Colligo app will prompt you to re-authenticate.

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