Improvements for Identify configurator version 4.3

  1. Automatically build a connection string for the SQL server according to the selected database authentication when the session state mode is SQL Server
    1. If the selected database authentication mode is Windows Authentication, the SQL State Server connection string text box is disabled and its value set to empty:
    2. If the selected database authentication mode is SQL Server Authentication, the connection string looks like “data source=WIN2K8R2MAIN\SQLEXPRESS;initial catalog=IdentifySessionState;Integrated Security=SSPI;”
  2. The SSL certificate is automatically selected according to the input Identify domain name at the IIS setup step:
    1. Note: The IIS setup step is displayed before the Certificate step and it has a setting for specifying the domain name of the tenant being created.
    2. In the Certificate step, Configurator looks for an SSL certificate that matches the domain name specified in the previous step. If it finds a matching certificate, it selects that certificate automatically for the SSL certificate setting.

  3. Configurator: Self-generated certificates can be used for SHA256 signing. When creating a new tenant for testing, you can choose to generate a signing certificate, as illustrated in the image belowSince version 4.3, generated certificates’ CSP is “Microsoft Enhanced RSA and AES Cryptographic Provider”, which can be used for SHA256 signing.