We improved the SAML Single Sign-on and SAML Certificate Requests workflows, allowing you to turn off SAML Single Sign-on (SSO) and SAML Certificate Requests. Previously, after configuring SAML SSO or SAML Certificate Requests for your account, the only way to turn either of these off was to remove both SAML features from your account.
Now, on the Federation Settings pages, you can turn off SAML SSO and SAML Certificate Requests for your account by deleting the federation settings.
Note: The Turn off SSO and Turn off SAML Certificate Request buttons only appear after you've configured the federation settings (turned the feature on).
For more information about SAML Single Sign-on and SAML certificate request integration with CertCentral:
We improved the SAML SSO-only users' integration with the CertCentral Services API, adding an account setting that allows you to grant SSO-only users API access. On the SAML Sign-on (SSO) page, under Configure SSO Settings for users, you'll now see the Enable API access for SSO-only users check box (in the sidebar menu, click Settings > Single Sign-On). See Configure SAML Single Sign-On.
Note: This setting allows SSO-only users with API keys to bypass Single Sign-on. Disabling API access for SSO-only users doesn't revoke existing API keys. It only blocks the creation of new API keys.