Migration of Teams certificates
New root certification authorities for Microsoft 365 services. Automatic update with anynode 4.8.
On October 3rd, 2023, Microsoft will no longer have its own certificates, which it will present to anynode when establishing a TLS connection, signed by the Baltimore CyberTrust Root CA, but by the DigiCert Global Root CA.
For the connection to work both now and after the switch, both root CA certificates must be entered in anynode‘s Trusted Certificates list.
anynode 4.8 does this for you using the migration wizard. The new root certificate from DigiCert is automatically migrated to the Trusted Peer Certificates list. So with anynode 4.8, you don’t need to do anything else.
We strongly recommend that users of older anynode versions should manually add the new root certificate to the Trusted Peer Certificates to prevent unnecessary failures.
You can download the required DigiCert Global Root G2 certificate directly from the DigiCert website.