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Installing Visual Studio Tools for Applications 2012 after getting Compatibility mode error

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I went to use the developer tab of InfoPath 2013 and it told me that I needed to download the Visual Studio Tools for Applications 2012.  They were even nice enough to include a link!
When I downloaded the file and ran it, I got this error:
Setup Blocked, Windows Program Compatibility mode is on.  Turn it off and then try setup again.
I was not using Compatibility mode, and so this error didn't make sense.
I'm running Windows 8.1 with Update 1 and I didn't know if that was related.


I tried everything..  I installed the full Visual Studio 2012 Suite with Office Tools, I installed the VS2012 SDK, and still nothing worked and this wouldn't install.
Here is some of what I found in the log when it fails.
[15EC:11C4][2014-05-28T19:06:50]: Condition 'CompatibilityMode = 0' evaluates to true. [15EC:11C4][2014-05-28T19:06:50]: Condition '(VersionNT < v6.1)' evaluates to false. [15EC:11C4][2014-05-28T19:06:50]: Condition '(NOT netfxfullredist_43_DetectKeyExists) OR…

Azure Active Directory Single SIgn-On with Box.com

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After TechEd 2014 North America I decided to test out Azure Active Directory Single Sign-On with Box.com.  I already had ADFS setup for Office 365, so it seemed a no brainer to try it out.

When I went to Azure.com I had to setup a new account (That came with a trial $200 credit for the first 30 days).
Even though I already had office365 and Azure AD setup and running, I still had to create a new Azure account before I could see it.  Azure AD just showed up after my first login, I didn't have to do anything special.  I found it funny that when I asked about this at TechEd, the people from the Office365 booth and the guys in the Azure booth didn't know for sure if it would just show up or not.

On to setting up Applications with Azure AD with box.com




They offer two types of Single Sign-On with Box.com.
1. Windows Azure AD Single Sign-On
2. Password Single Sign-On


 Password Single Sign-On works fine, but if you want more advanced functions, like creating box.com users with Azure…