Google Legacy OAuth Flow deprecation
  • 22 Sep 2022
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Google recently announced that they will end support for two legacy OAuth developer interactions that are currently in use by many RapidIdentity customers. The legacy OAuth flows will be deprecated on October 3, 2022. You can read more about the change on the Google Blog here:

https://developers.googleblog.com/2022/02/making-oauth-flows-safer.html#dates-oob

All RapidIdentity instances need to have a new Google Extended OAuth Service Account created, and to have all Connect Action Sets that reference Google updated with new connection settings. We have created a help article that will assist with creating the new Google Extended OAuth Service Account and show you the new connect settings.

How do I know if I need to update my settings?

Within RapidIdentity, go to your Connect Module
On the left hand pane click on OAuth2 Credentials
If you see the Provider listed as Google_Extended (as shown below) and only this listed, then your environment is using the new credentials and no action is required.
If you see multiple entries or any entry other than Google_Extended, the credentials must be reviewed and upgraded before the deadline.

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For additional assistance with upgrading your Google Credentials, please enter a Support Case. PLEASE NOTE: In order to properly update these credentials, our Support Engineer will need to work with your team in order to access your Google Admin Console.


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