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Updating an expired Service Provider certificate in a SAML Authentication Service

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Updated on July 1, 2021

If you are using a SAML Authentication service and your Service provider certificate has expired, then you need to create a new keystore, select that keystore under Service Provider details, and import the import the Identity Provider metadata under the Identity Provider.

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