This article explains how Admins can replace the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML 2.0) Signing Certificate for Single Sign-on (SSO) configured, Udemy Business accounts.
Are there advanced notifications of upcoming SSO certificate expiration?
When your SSO certificate is due to expire, the owner of the Udemy Business account will receive an email notifying them of this, 30 days prior to the SSO certificate expiry date. If the certificate is not updated, the owner will also receive an additional reminder, 7 days prior to the SSO certificate expiry date.
The email is sent from email@example.com with the title “Your Single Sign-On (SSO) Certificate is about to expire”.
How to update an SSO certificate in Udemy Business
You can replace your SAML Signing Certificate in your Udemy Business account, by using our self-serve settings.
- Access Manage > Settings > Single Sign-On (SSO).
- Use the Replace Certificate link to upload a new SAML Signing Certificate, which is provided by your Identity Provider.
- Replace the certificate in your Identity Provider once it’s been updated in Udemy Business.
Note: please update your SAML Signing Certificate in Udemy Business first, before updating it in your Identity Provider. This will help ensure a certificate mismatch from occurring, which would prevent your team from being able to access your Udemy Business account.