Enable this partner—Select this check box to enable the resource partner. Clear this check box to disable the resource partner. A resource partner uses security tokens that are produced by the account partner to make authorization decisions.
Display name—Provides a space for you to type the friendly name of the resource partner.
Federation Service URI—Provides a space for you to type the Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) of your resource partner, for example, urn:federation:treyresearch. A URI is a compact string of characters that identifies an abstract resource or physical resource.
Federation Service endpoint URL—Provides a space for you to type the endpoint Uniform Resource Locator (URL) of the Federation Service that partner organizations and applications will send requests and responses to, for example, http://sales.treyresearch.net/adfs/ls/.
Use Windows trust relationship for this partner—Specifies whether or not the resource partner and the Federation Service are separated by a firewall and whether or not they need Windows security identifiers (SIDs).
Clear the check box if the resource partner does not require native Windows SIDs or if it has an unfiltered network connection. An unfiltered network connection exists between your organization and your resource partner if devices such as firewalls are not filtering network traffic between your organization and your resource partner.
Select the check box if your resource partner requires native Windows SIDs or if it has a filtered network connection. A filtered network connection exists between your organization and your resource partner if devices such as firewalls are filtering network traffic between your organization and your resource partner.
Enable enhanced identity privacy—Specifies whether identity privacy is enabled or disabled. Select this check box to enable the discovery of the user portion of the identity claim that Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) sends in security tokens.