You can upgrade the Experian Data Validation for Salesforce Lightning solution from the AppExchange.
After the upgrade has completed you will need to perform an extra manual step to add the new user controlled fields User Value and User Aliases for the Country custom metadata object:
You should now be able to see and enter values into these fields for the Country metadata objects.
Go to Setup.
Click on the Object Manager tab.
Locate the object with the label EDQ State Setting and click the label link.
Select Fields & Relationships.
Select the link for the field with label Two letter ISO Country Code.
The current help text for this field no longer applies. Remove the text in the Help Text field so that it is empty.
Select Page Layouts from the navigation links.
Select the link for the Page Layout Name EDQ State Setting Layout.
Use the layout tools to setup the layout as shown below:
Select Search Layouts from the navigation links.
Edit the Default Layout profile.
Add Salesforce Country Code and Salesforce State Code to the Selected Fields and arrange the order to match that shown below:
Click the App Launcher Icon and search for and select EDQ State Settings.
In the EDQ State Settings tab, select the All List View.
Select Select Fields to Display from the List View Controls drop-down on the right.
Add Salesforce Country Code and Salesforce State Code to the Visible Fields and arrange the order to match that shown below:
Perform a hard reload of the page in your browser to ensure that the changes made in the above steps are picked up by the browser. For Chrome, Edge and Firefox browsers on the Windows operating system a hard reload can be performed by the key combination Ctrl + F5.
A new configuration setting was added in v1.10.0 to control the plus sign (+) at the beginning of phone numbers. You will need to make sure the behavior of our Phone Validation component matches the way phone numbers are currently stored in your Salesforce org. Our Configure global settings page contains further details.
Missing any settings?