AskCody Active Directory Forwarding Service (AADFS) is a small Windows service that forwards object data from Active Directory to AskCody.
The service must run on a Windows server on your network, but not on the Active Directory server itself.
The service depends on the following:
- Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 or later
- .NET Framework 4.6.2
Minimum Server Requirements
- Processor: Minimum 2GHz dual-core
- RAM: 2GB
- Memory: 1.75GB
Since the AADFS service will forward data to an AskCody endpoint, outbound communication on port 443 (HTTPS) and internet connection is required.
Depending on the region where the AskCody customer is signed-up the following endpoints is used:
US region: https://sync.goaskcody.com/active_directory/
EU region: https://sync.onaskcody.com/active_directory/
Installing the service
- Download the installer here
- Run the .exe installer to install the service's program files
- Go to the C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\AskCody ApS\AskCody Active Directory Forwarding Service
- Press install and insert username and password for the user running logged in and running the service.
The service stores configuration file, logs, and runtime data in %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\AskCody\ActiveDirectory\ForwardingService.
Please note that %USERPROFILE% is for the user that the service will run as, which is not necessarily the user that installed the service. In that case, the AADFS shortcut folder on the Desktop might point to the wrong folder.
Now the service is installed it needs to be configured
Version 2.4 (current version)
- Added the AADFS Diagnostics Tool, aadfs-diag.exe, which can be used to troubleshoot common problems. The tool is currently in PREVIEW, although it is included in the release.
- Added domain whitelist to sync configuration so synced users can be limited to those with email domains in the whitelist.
- AADFS now does a fallback search for groups created with objectClass=group if a group with objectCategory=group cannot be found, a warning will be logged to the service log file when this happens.
- The AADFS icon has been updated.