"Simple" SP install in Azure IIS

Cantor, Scott cantor.2 at osu.edu
Wed May 15 11:38:07 EDT 2019

> Well, I'm not sure how many people are interested in that, I'm assuming that
> means we would have to upgrade our instances once implemented. We have a
> lot of custom code so that becomes time consuming but that's the way it is.

Well, that's a problem in its own right. You have to be able to update the IdP at a moment's notice and we designed it to allow for that at a cost of hundreds of hours in design work. Whatever these custom code bits are, that shouldn't impact upgrades. I have custom code all over the place when I need it, but I color inside the lines because we document the lines very meticulously.

-- Scott

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