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Renew your SAML certificate

SAML uses X.509 certificates to ensure the authenticity and integrity of information shared between your identity provider and your directory.

A SAML certificate is only valid for a period of time. You specify the lifespan of your SAML certificate in your identity provider. We notify you 30 days before your certificate expires and then after your certificate expires.

To renew your SAML certificate, check the renewal instructions in the support documents of your identity provider. Then you can add the certificate to your SAML configuration.

Add the renewed certificate to your SAML configuration

  1. From your organization at, select Security > Identity providers.

  2. Select identity provider Directory.

  3. Select View SAML single sign-on.

  4. Select Edit SAML single sign-on.

  5. Add renewed SAML Public x509 Certificate.

  6. Save SAML configuration.

Learn more about SAML single sign-on



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