Salesforce TLS 1.0 Being Diasbled

Salesforce TLS 1.0 Being Diasbled

Salesforce has recently communicated with customers regarding TLS (Transport Layer Security) 1.0 being disabled on 4th March 2017.

Our expert consultants have assessed the impact of this change and come up with our recommendations to avoid any disruption to your Salesforce environment.

Key actions to be taken are:

- Check your organisation is using a supported browser version. Click here to view the supported browsers. For all browsers, enable JavaScript, cookies, and TLS 1.2. If TLS 1.2 isn’t available, enable TLS 1.1. Browsers that don’t support TLS 1.1 or TLS 1.2 won’t be able to access Salesforce after 4th March 2017.

- If you have developed an integration that connects an endpoint not in Salesforce to Salesforce. The connection will need to be built using TLS 1.1 or above in order to connect securely to your Salesforce. Examples of this might be where your system/database pulls data from Salesforce or pushes data to Salesforce.

- Ensure your organisation is using the latest version of Salesforce for Outlook. The latest version is 3.2.3. (To find out what version of Salesforce for Outlook you are using, right click on the Salesforce for Outlook icon and click About).

Our team of consultants are on hand to support if you require any further information or call us on 08456 525 625.

 

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