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RSA Information Design and Development
Self-Service automatically sends e-mail to Request Approvers about user requests. Each approval step requires a unique Request Approver. After you approve a request, Self-Service sends e-mail to the next participant (either a Request Approver or Token Distributor) in the workflow. If you are the last participant in the workflow, Self-Service sends…
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RSA Information Design and Development
Security Console display options determine what information administrators can see when they use the Security Console. These options affect the entire deployment. Some settings can be overridden by an individual administrator’s personal preference settings. Only the administrator can see these changes. All new identity attribute definitions…
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RSA Information Design and Development
If you use the internal database as an identity source, you can use the Security Console to manage all user data. If you use an LDAP directory, the identity source is read-only. You can add users to an LDAP directory using a tool appropriate for the directory. After users are added, you can use the Security Console to perform certain…
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RSA Information Design and Development
The following table lists the attribute names (header information) and attributes values (request information) for the token requests input file.                         Attribute Names Attribute Values USER_ID Logon ID of the user for whom the bulk request is created. IDENTITY_SOURCE_NAME Identity source name of the user for whom…
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RSA Information Design and Development
RSA issues product updates periodically for RSA Authentication Manager in the form of patches and service packs. RSA recommends applying product updates as they become available to ensure that the deployment is secure and efficient. For each product update, RSA provides release notes that contain important information about applying the update. To…
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RSA Information Design and Development
You can configure RSA Authentication Manager to include only part of the token serial number in log data that is sent to applications outside of the Authentication Manager instance. For example, you might do this when logging data to syslog, a local file, or a Network Management Server using Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). You can…
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RSA Information Design and Development
Users need a PIN before attempting to use on-demand authentication (ODA) to access a protected resource. You can either set the initial PIN for the user or you can enable users to set their initial PINs and thus relieve administrators of this task. Procedure  In the Security Console, click Identity > Users > Manage Existing. Use the search…
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