Implemented ADFS in 2019? You might get locked out!

Infor (Lawson) customers that installed Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services or ADFS this time last year most likely need to renew their ADFS token-signing and token-decrypting certificates before they expire. When the certificates expire, users can no longer login to Infor (Lawson) and the certificates need to be renewed.

Organizations that didn’t change the default expiration date are quickly approaching the one-year mark and are at risk of getting locked out of their systems.

Are your certificates in danger of expiring? Here’s how to check.

In the ADFS system, in the Services folder, click on the Certificates folder. From here, you can see the expiration dates for your token-decrypting certificate and your token-signing certificate.

ADFS > Services > Certificates > Expiration Dates

Don't Get Locked Out of ADFS

If you were an Avaap Managed Services customer, you would already know this. Part of our managed services includes keeping up-to-date on any hardware, software or security risk. If you’re not an Avaap Managed Services customer, we’re still here to help!

Contact us now to learn how Avaap can help keep your Infor (Lawson) environment running smoothly so your team can focus on more strategic initiatives.

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Infor (Lawson) customers that installed Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services or ADFS this time last year most likely need to renew their ADFS token-signing and token-decrypting certificates before they expire. When the certificates expire, users can no longer login to Infor (Lawson) and the certificates need to be renewed.

Organizations that didn’t change the default expiration date are quickly approaching the one-year mark and are at risk of getting locked out of their systems.

Are your certificates in danger of expiring? Here’s how to check.

In the ADFS system, in the Services folder, click on the Certificates folder. From here, you can see the expiration dates for your token-decrypting certificate and your token-signing certificate.

ADFS > Services > Certificates > Expiration Dates

Don't Get Locked Out of ADFS

If you were an Avaap Managed Services customer, you would already know this. Part of our managed services includes keeping up-to-date on any hardware, software or security risk. If you’re not an Avaap Managed Services customer, we’re still here to help!

Contact us now to learn how Avaap can help keep your Infor (Lawson) environment running smoothly so your team can focus on more strategic initiatives.