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SHA2 Update on 31.10

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Oct 20, 2020 Oct 20, 2020

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Hello together,

 

on 31st October the sha1 algorithm will not be supported anymore.

I don't understand whats really happening there.

Do I have to renew my Certificate in my ADFS SAML Farm to SHA2, or is it just enough to go through the steps in this guide and make just the big changes on Adobe Admin Console Site?

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/mena_en/enterprise/kb/update-to-sha2.ug.html

 

Thank You!

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Adobe Employee , Oct 20, 2020 Oct 20, 2020

The process of migration is to create a new IDP app under the same directory, set up/create a new relying party trust in ADFS and configure it with Adobe. You can check this article for the steps: https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/admin-guide.html/in/enterprise/kb/configure-microsoft-ad-fs-with-sso.ug.html#:~:text=Create%20a%20directory%20in%20the%20Adobe%20Admin%20Console&text=Download%20the%20Adobe%20metadata%20file,Profile%20screen%20and%20click%20Done.

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The process of migration is to create a new IDP app under the same directory, set up/create a new relying party trust in ADFS and configure it with Adobe. You can check this article for the steps: https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/admin-guide.html/in/enterprise/kb/configure-microsoft-ad-fs-wi....

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