Note: Upgrading 2FA to v5.6 will automatically upgrade SSO to v4.7.
Note:Make sure to stop the AuthAnvilSSO application pool in IIS before proceeding with the upgrade. This will prevent any interference while the upgrade is taking place.
Backup SSO following this guidehttps://help.scorpionsoft.com/entries/29734218
Note: Move the backup to another location out side of the Scorpion Software (The Desktop will work).
Download the latest installer here.Run the installer as an Administrator.
Test upgraded AuthAnvil Single Sign On
With all the previous configuration settings now restored, your installation should be fully functional. Open a browser to https://<yourdomain.com>/SSO and try logging in. Any previously configured applications will still be available to you.
Note: If you are unable to log in or load the SSO page you may need to update the service URLs. See Appendix B in the SSO v4.7 Install Guide
Office 365 Users: You may need to re-input your *.onmicrosoft.com credentials into the Office 365 application in the SSO Manager. This will trigger a check with Office 365 to make sure everything is still synchronized between AuthAnvil SSO and Office 365.
If you have any questions or need some help, we would be happy to assist. Open a case atkaseya.zendesk.com.