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Updating an expired identity provider certificate in a SAML Authentication Service

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Updated on June 30, 2021

If you are using a SAML Authentication service and your Identity Provider (IdP) certificate has expired, you need to reimport the Identity Provider metadata. This is the easiest way to update an expired IdP certificate.

  1. In the side panel of Dev Studio, click RecordsSysAdminAuthentication service.
  2. Select the SAML authentication service that you need to update.
  3. In the Identity Provider (IdP) information section of the SAML 2.0 tab, click the Import IdP metadata text to import the Identity Provider metadata with one of the following options:
    Upload optionDescription
    via URL

    Enter the IdP’s metadata download URL.

    via file

    Enter the name of a file containing the downloaded metadata from the IdP.

  4. Click Save.
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