Flexor Apex for Salesforce - Unsupported Client - TLS 1.0 has been disabled warning

Description of Problem

From June 2016 Salesforce will begin disabling the TLS 1.0 encryption using a phased approach. As a result Flexor Apex for Salesforce may fail to login.

Please update to Flexor version 2.1.148 or above to resolve this. Please check if your version of Flexor has this fix by reviewing the Release Notes page (unless you have already been given a specific version by support).



If Flexor Apex fails to login and you have updated Flexor (or cannot update Flexor), please first check the Status tab for the unsupported TLS 1.0 client as shown in the screen shot below. If this error is not visible please check other factors e.g. Salesforce credentials, API access enabled etc..

** Your Salesforce admin can also modify the Salesforce Login History to show TLS Protocol version to confirm if you need to make any client side changes. **

Flexor Apex Status - Not Logged In - Unsupported Client TLS 1.0 has been disabled

When attempting to log into Salesforce the Flexor Apex will display any errors on the Status tab. If you see the error in the screen shot below please follow the steps below to resolve the issue. 

If this is not the error, please review the other FAQ's.

TLS 1 Warning

Flexor Apex Status - Unsupported Client TLS 1

TLS 1.0 has been disabled

Your Salesforce administrator may have activated the Salesforce update that disables support for TLS 1.0, or it may have been activated automatically. Please see the following Salesforce FAQ for further information.

SF Activate TLS 1.1

Screen shot of Salesforce TLS 1.1 Update Activation Page

Update Flexor to version 2.1.148 or apply Windows Registry update

If you do not wish to update Flexor, an edit to your PC's Windows Registry is required to resolve this.

** Please note ** If you have updated Flexor to version 2.1.148 or above, the following steps should not be needed.
** If you are using 32 bit Windows you may also need to update .net from 4 to 4.5 or above. **

The changes required are as follows:



Add the changes to your Windows PC Registry

Please Right click on this link and select "Save link as" or the appropriate option for your browser, to download a file containing the changes above to your PC.

Once the file has downloaded, double click on the file and select Run on the dialogue box that appears. 

Open file warning

Then click Yes on the window that appears next.

Registry edit warning

A message should appear confirming the registry changes have been added.

Edit Added

Additional information

Once the Registry changes have been added, please Exit and Restart Flexor and check that Flexor Apex for Salesforce can now login correctly, as per the screen shot below. 

Apex status logged in

If this does not resolve the issue please review the other Salesforce FAQ's or contact support.

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