Last week I have created an account on cloud and I was able to connect using /api/Account/Authenticate from remote application. Today I just noticed the same application is getting an error and the error message is:
“We have updated our authentication stack. Please use the authentication method supported via UiPath Cloud Platform.”
Has anything changed in the last week? Well, when I access the URL, I am not seeing even Tenant name but it is showing Login with Google, Microsoft, LinkedIn. Can I just log in with Tenant name, username, and password as before? How can I log in by REST?
Thanks for your response. Can’t we do the old way?
In the past I was passing below parameters in JSON body. From browser you may be able to use Google, Microsoft, or LinkedIn but what should I pass from REST request? I checked online document but it did not say about new specifications. Could you point to the latest one on Authenticate API?
I don’t understand. I have reset my password but afterward I access the cloud URL, but still it shows Google, Microsoft, and LinkedIn. I want to log in by old method which is entry of Tenant name, username, and password.
Can you login with your username and password? which is the 4th option in the sign in page.
Then if you want to go to a specific tenant, you can go to the services tab and click on the tenant that you would like to access.
Reset your password through the Forgot password link if the email address is not tied to one of the three other auth providers. Information on this was included in the email to users when the platform was upgraded.
Social logins (Google, Microsoft, LinkedIn) are enabled for easier access. If your email account does not support it, you can use forgot password to continue with basic authentication.
Well, API fails. That’s why I need old authentication style. What I am trying to do is to log in through REST API, not through browser. UiPath Orchestrator returns a different message than wrong credentials: