ADFS Time out settings for Microsoft Dynamics CRM


Marcello Tonarelli Blog

Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) is used by Microsoft Dynamics CRM for an Internet Facing Deployment (IFD).  Relying Parties are used to allow users to be authenticated when trying to access Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

Your session has expired

The default settings require users to re-authenticate every hour if there is no activity.  This can quickly become annoying if users have to sign in to CRM several times a day.  ADFS gives administrators the ability to increase the timeout and reduce the need for users to repeatedly sign in through out the day.

Your session has expired

Your session has expired

Update the timeout using Microsoft PowerShell

To change the timeout value, you will need to update the TokenLifetime value.  This is achieved using PowerShell.  Before you open PowerShell, you will need to find the name of each Relying Party.

Step 1: Find out the name of the relying party

  1. Open AD FS Management
  2. Navigate to…

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