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Moving Off Of ADFS

By January 2, 2023October 3rd, 2023Events

Moving Off Of ADFS

Join us for this month’s LouMUG event where we will be discussing Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) led by Tony Morrow and Kevin Oppihle. We will cover the ins and outs of migrating off of ADFS, including a live walk through of the process. Register below to attend!

Key Takeaways Include:

  • ADFS – What it is, and why you had it
    -Do you still have it, but don’t know?
  • Why you should move off of ADFS
  • How to move off of ADFS
    -Who it impacts and when you’ll notice changes
  • License requirements
  • MFA and what to expect when migrating to Azure MFA
  • Live Demo

Make sure to bring your questions AND your appetite! We look forward to you attending!

Because of the limited space, make sure to secure your spot before it fills up!

Raffle Prize

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About the Presenters

Tony Morrow

Bellarmine University

Principal Solutions Architect

Tony is the Principal Solutions Architect at Bellarmine University’s Information Technology Department. With 10 years of experience he is considered a jack-of-all-trades, assisting with managing the University’s network, security, and wireless infrastructure; server and virtual environment; and designs solutions using PowerShell whenever possible. Tony is an avid technology nerd and race car fan with more knowledge than any one person should have.

Kevin Oppihle


Systems Engineer

Kevin is a Systems Engineer at Mirazon, and has been for 14 years. His main focus over the last few years has been assisting clients with business acquisitions and divestitures, and its impact to their IT infrastructure. On a personal note, Kevin is an active member of my church and community, and enjoys traveling with his wife, when time permits. He also enjoys trying to improve his basic Spanish, continuing his IT education, and completing more certifications to be a well-versed engineer.