Need the official documentation on how to check existing Storage Cert and update it to Global G2 Root cert.

Lucky 1 Reputation point
2021-11-23T14:38:21.387+00:00

Hi Team,

MS sent out a notification to its customer stating below:

"In 2020 most Azure services were updated to use TLS certificates from Certificate Authorities (CAs) that chain up to the DigiCert Global G2 root. However,  Azure Storage, remained on TLS certificates issued by the Baltimore CyberTrust Root. The time has now come for Azure Storage to switch from the Baltimore CyberTrust CA Root to the DigiCert Global G2 CA Root*. The migration will start in February 2022, and finish by end of May 2022.  "

https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/azure-storage/azure-storage-tls-critical-changes-are-almost-here-and-why-you/ba-p/2741581

However, there is no official documents on how to check the current one and update it to the one suggested by Microsoft. Immediate response will be highly appreciated.

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  1. deherman-MSFT 23,591 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2021-11-23T19:42:33.937+00:00

    @Lucky The certificate is being switched by Azure, so no action needed there. The current certificate is from Baltimore CyberTrust CA Root and will be switching to DigiCert Global G2 CA Root. You only need to take action if your application is pinned to a particular CA. Instructions to check your application are included on the linked posting.

    Hope this helps! Let us know if you have further questions or issues.

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