Integrate ADFS with LastPass
As an access control authorization model, Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) is a Single Sign-On (SSO) solution that was created by Microsoft. It is a component of Windows Server operating systems and offers authenticated access to web applications that cannot use Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA) through Active Directory (AD).
To manage authentication and grant access, ADFS uses a Federated Trust, which connects it and the target application. Federated Trust is designed to enable users to access multiple applications in a network with a single set of credentials. A federation server login builds a direct relationship between an application and a user directory. When a user logs in to the directory, the integration between the directory and the application allows the user to access both with only the corporate credentials.
With federated identity management, there is no need for users to authenticate their identity directly on each application.