Salesforce Single Sign-On Integration
Updating the AD/LDAP Connector
If there are multiple instances of the AD/LDAP Connector in a deployment, it is recommended that the set of steps below be done to each instance, one at a time, so that only one instance is down at any point in time.
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Updating using the Admin Console (Windows Only)
Starting from version 2.17.0 the AD/LDAP Connector can be updated from the Admin Console. Open the Admin Console by navigating to http://localhost:8357/. If the Admin Console has outbound access to the internet it will verify if a new version is available and show this on top of the page:
The Update tab in the dashboard will allow you to update the installation on the current machine to the latest version. The update will take about 2 minutes and the updater logs will be displayed in the Admin Console.
Updating using the updater script (Windows Only)
The updater script will update the AD/LDAP Connector from the command line by running the following steps:
- Verify if an update is available
- Backup the existing configuration, certificates and profileMapper.js
- Uninstall the AD/LDAP Connector
- Download the update
- Install the AD/LDAP Connector
- Restore the existing configuration, certificates and profileMapper.js
- Start the Windows Service
To run the updater script execute the following statement in the command line:
Updating manually (Windows/Linux)
These are the steps to update the AD/LDAP Connector to the latest version:
Complete Set Up
1. Verify the version you have installed
Hover over the Connector status indicator on the dashbaord:
The tooltip will indicate the current status and the installed version.
2. Download the latest version
The latest released version of the connector is .
3. Backup your current config
From the Admin Console
The configuration can be exported from the Admin Console. The Download button will generate a .zip file which contains the
config.json file, the
certs folder and the
Before updating the connector backup these files from
%Program Files(x86)%\Auth0\AD LDAP Connector\:
lib\profileMapper.jsonly if you modified this file manually
4. Run the installer
Start the installer and follow the instructions.
Close the configuration dialog without changing anything.
5. Restore files
From the Admin Console
If the configuration was exported from the Admin Console as a .zip file, it can be re-imported by uploading the .zip file on the Import / Export tab.
Copy all the files from Step 2 into
%Program Files(x86)%\Auth0\AD LDAP Connector\.
Restart the "Auth0 AD LDAP" service from the service console.