Server cipher suites and TLS requirements
A cipher suite is a set of cryptographic algorithms. This is used to encrypt messages between clients/servers and other servers.
Before a secure connection is established, the protocol and cipher are negotiated between server and client based on availability on both sides.
You can use your on-premises/local servers to integrate with the following Dataverse services:
- Syncing emails from your Exchange server.
- Running Outbound plug-ins.
- Running native/local clients to access your Dataverse environments.
To comply with our security policy for a secure connection, your server must have the following:
Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2 compliance
At least one of the following ciphers:
Older TLS 1.0 & 1.1 and cipher suites, (for example TLS_RSA) have been deprecated; see the announcement.
Your servers must have the above security protocol to continue running the Dataverse services.
To verify that your server complies with the security protocol, you can perform a test using a TLS cipher and scanner tool: