The AAD Connect comes with a Health Agent which monitors the AAD Connect and logs in to Azure AD.
The events can be viewed from portal.office.com and Choose Azure Active Directory. Under Manage -> Choose Azure AD Connect.
On the right pane, under Health and Analytics -> Click Azure Active Directory Connect Health
Now that we know how AAD Connect is being monitored by AAD Connect Health Agent, the same agent can also be used to monitor ADFS server and ADFS-Proxy server as well.
To do so,
- Download the AAD Connect Health Agent from https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=48261
- Run the setup, make sure you are installing ADFS agent.
- It will prompt you to “Configure now”. Click on it.
- You will see the following
Make sure you have enabled auditing on ADFS server to capture those events on Azure portal.
To do so,
- Open windows powershell on ADFS server,
- Run the following command
auditpol.exe /set /subcategory:”Application Generated” /failure:enable /success:enable
3. Open AD FS management console, Click on “Edit Federation Service Properties”, Under Event tab, check all the events.
Once you’ve done that, you can see events will start showing up on Azure Active Directory Connect Health
Of course you can monitor lot of events. To know more,