joan_mckinley
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Does App Portal suport TLS 1.2

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The server team just disabled TLS 1.0 in our environment via GPO.  It broke out integration with ITSM (Remedy).  We re-enabled it and it is workig now.  How do we make App Portal TLS 1.2 compliant?
We have .Net Framework 3.5 and 4.6 installed.  Can we upgrade to 4.7?

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TLS 1.2 is transparent to App Portal.  You should be able to resolve your issue if you take a look at my responses to this other post here.

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Thank you jdempsey, we did add those registry entries from the article but also needed to upgrade our .Net Framework to 4.7. Additionally, we added targetFramework="4.6"/ to the App Portal web.config file so the line was updated to: <httpRuntime maxRequestLength="40960" targetFramework="4.6"/> After we did that, we disabled TLS 1.0 and App Portal still was able to communicate with all of our external systems (SCCM, FNMS and Remedy).

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joan_mckinley
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Forgot to mention we are on App Portal 2017 R2 SP1
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TLS 1.2 is transparent to App Portal.  You should be able to resolve your issue if you take a look at my responses to this other post here.

Anything expressed here is my own view and not necessarily that of my employer, Flexera. If my reply answers a question you have raised, please click "ACCEPT AS SOLUTION".

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Thank you jdempsey, we did add those registry entries from the article but also needed to upgrade our .Net Framework to 4.7. Additionally, we added targetFramework="4.6"/ to the App Portal web.config file so the line was updated to: <httpRuntime maxRequestLength="40960" targetFramework="4.6"/> After we did that, we disabled TLS 1.0 and App Portal still was able to communicate with all of our external systems (SCCM, FNMS and Remedy).

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