If needed, you can turn off SAML Certificate Requests for your CertCentral account.
Turning off SAML Certificate Requests:
Turn off SAML Certificate Requests and delete settings only appears if you've configured SAML Certificate Requests for your account (turned it on).
In your CertCentral account, in sidebar menu, click Settings > SAML Certificate Requests.
On the SAML Certificate Requests page, click Edit Federation Settings.
On the Federation Settings page, click Turn off SAML Certificate Requests and delete settings.
In the Turn off SAML Certificate Requests and delete settings window, read through the information and make sure you understand what deleting the federation settings will do.
We don't store our federation settings. Deleting your federation settings can't be undone.
When you're ready, click Turn off SAML Certificate Requests and delete settings.
SAML Certificate Requests is turned off for your account. SAML Certificate Requests URLs no longer work. Users can no longer access their SAML Certificate Requests account. To get a new client certificate, create a request to revoke a client, etc., users must now contact a CertCentral account admin or manager.
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