The Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol is an industry standard designed to help protect the privacy of information communicated over the Internet. All communication between an App Store Connect and the Industrial App Store is encrypted using TLS.
The latest version of App Store Connect uses TLS 1.2 (as recommended by Microsoft). However, earlier installations may still use TLS versions 1.0 or 1.1 (deprecated since Mar 2020).
To check if your App Store Connect requires upgrading, read on…
1. Log on to server hosting App Store Connect software
2. Check version of file:
%ProgramFiles%\Intelligent Plant\Data Core\DataCore.ApplicationHost.exe
3. If version is less than 3.2.16245 (8 Feb 2021) action is required. Either upgrade App Store Connect to the latest version or configure security via windows registry.
1.1 Take a backup
1.2 Note down any non-standard configuration that will need to be re-applied following the upgrade. This includes…
The latest version of App Store Connect is available for download from the Industrial App Store
3.1 Open Windows services and verify the following services are running:
3.2 Open admin UI and check connection status:
3.3 Check data sources are running
If you are unable to upgrade App Store Connect, refer to the following Microsoft article for an alternative method of configuring TLS.
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