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I've been looking at Authentication providers for the Central Administration site for SharePoint 2016 on premise and don't see the option to enable forms authentication. I just wanted to check if this is correct and if this can be enabled by some other means ie the webconfig. I can see the option for new web applications but not the central administration.

Is it possible to determine through code which authentication has been set up on individual web applications?

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This isn't an option. CA is a Classic Web Application which means you're limited to NTLM or Kerberos.

If you need an FBA-like experience, consider placing CA behind a pre-authentication reverse proxy, like Microsoft's Web Application Proxy + ADFS 3.0 or higher using a non-claims aware relying party.

  • Thanks, do you know if it's possible to detect the authentication provider for individual web applications? – Webfort Feb 3 '17 at 17:34
  • $wa = Get-SPWebApplication http://url; $wa.IisSettings[0]. This will show you enabled providers. – Trevor Seward Feb 3 '17 at 17:36

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