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How Do I update the FQDN in SSO?

If you change the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) that is bound in IIS to the website that AuthAnvil is installed on you will need to update Single Sign On.

First log into the AuthAnvil Manager via https://FQDN/AuthAnvil/Manager/Logon.aspx

  1. Select Single Sign On
  2. Select Server Settings
  3. Update the Token Issuer Name to reflect the new FQDN.
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  4. Select Save Settings.

In order to log into the SSO Portal you will need to update dbo.SSO_ServerSetting

  1. Open SQL Management Studio (If you do not have it installed you can download it here.)
  2. Open Databases, Anvil, Tables, dbo.SSO_ServerSetting
  3. Update the FQDN in the StrongAuthAnvilPrimaryServiceEndpoint & StrongAuthSecondaryServiceEndpoint

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You should not be able to log into the SSO Portal.

 

If you have configured 2FA / Password Server or any other SAML based apps you may need to update them as well.

Log into the AuthAnvil Manager via https://FQDN/AuthAnvil/Manager/Logon.aspx

  1. Select Single Sign On
  2. Select  Applications
  3. Select Two Factor Auth
  4. Select Protocol Configuration
  5. Update the Reply to URL to use the new FQDN.
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  6. Select Save Changes..

Repeat the above steps with the Password Server. This will allow you to use Single Sign On to access these apps.

 
For Assistance with updating the Base URL in the rest of the AuthAnvil Suite please see this article.

 

Questions?

If you have any questions or need some help, we would be happy to assist. Open a case at help.scorpionsoft.com or send an email to support@scorpionsoft.com.

 

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