Adding custom claims in SharePoint

Dec 10, 2015 at 3:25 PM
I have SP 2013 environment to which I authenticate using NTLM. I understand that after the successful authentication SharePoint STS (Security Token Services) creates a SAML Security Token for the logged-in user. I am interested in passing this SAML token to a third party application that expects specific claims that are not present by default in the SharePoint SAML Security Token.

In the installation instructions of the LDAP/AD Claims Provider I noticed that it requires to be associated with a SPTrustedIdentityTokenIssuer. Is it possible to use this tool without associating it to any other trusted token issuer? I would like to create the new claims based on pure AD attributes rather than claims from a 3rd party IdP.
Coordinator
Dec 29, 2015 at 11:45 AM
Hello, no, LDAPCP is designed to interact with requests from people picker, you cannot use it in another way.
thanks,
Yvan