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Additional Steps Required After Renewing your Office 365 SSO / Federated Domain Certificate

Article ID: 585
Last updated: 28 Mar, 2017
Article ID: 585
Last updated: 28 Mar, 2017
Revision: 3
Views: 544
Posted: 13 Jun, 2016
by Andrew Sharrad
Updated: 28 Mar, 2017
by Andrew Sharrad

Problem

If you use Office 365 and have a federated domain, this relies on important certificates to allow secure communications between your on premises systems, and the Microsoft Office 365 cloud.

Most certificates have an expiry date and periodically needs to be renewed. Usually, you will receive a notification from Microsoft when certificate renewal is required.

When you renew the certificate and follow the instructions, additional steps may be required to complete the process.

Sample Notification of Certificate Renewal Being Required

Additional Steps

If you complete the Microsoft steps and the new certificate is not working, see the attached guide to complete the installation of the certificate.

More Information

For more information, see here.

Tip: For help with generating a certificate signing request without IIS being present, see here.

 

Applies to:

  • On premises single sign-so (SSO) deployment and federated domain certificiate renewals

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Article ID: 585
Last updated: 28 Mar, 2017
Revision: 3
Views: 544
Posted: 13 Jun, 2016 by Andrew Sharrad
Updated: 28 Mar, 2017 by Andrew Sharrad
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