How to integrate an application written in Java with a Windows Server?


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Guys, a question, yet for me, is a black box. It is really an existing task, you need to make a workstation (desktop or web interface, doesn't matter)) , authorization and role should be taken from Windows Server, basic JAVA, database MS Server and I can't understand the architecture, how it will be integrated, as Windows Server will be shared from the app, as there will be protection of information where you can gather information, maybe GitHub has a similar example? or the minimum stack to use, and it'll already be a start) thanks in Advance)
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The right way of integrating Web applications that are using the ADFS service on Windows. In Windows ADFS unfolds, continues to experiment with search queries "JAVA ADFS". (to find examples, to understand the logic)
All communication goes over TLS, the truth will have to spend on the certificate or screw let's encrypt.
Your application is a Relaying Party, upon authentication, the app forwarded request to ADFS, ADFS authenticates to AD and returns the claim - where there can be a membership user, any additional information. All this as I wrote goes over secure channels. And you in application already infinitely trusting the AD database, let the user go where he can.
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