• RSA Authentication Manager 8.4 Patch 8 Readme

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  • Encrypt the RSA SecurID Hardware Appliance 350 Hard Drive

    The RSA SecurID Hardware Appliance 350 includes the PowerVault self-encrypting hard drive feature that you can enable. This feature encrypts the RAID 1 logical drive, which consists of a dual physical h...
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  • RSA Authentication Manager 8.4 Help

        Getting StartedHow RSA Authentication Manager Protects Your Resources Getting Started with RSA Authentication Manager RSA SecurID Authentication Process About the Security Console About the Ope...
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  • On-Demand Tokencodes

    In addition to receiving tokencodes on hardware and software tokens, users can receive tokencodes on mobile phones or through personal e-mail. You can deliver tokencodes to a mobile phone using Short Message Service (...
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  • View All Administrative Roles Assigned to an Administrator 86107

    You can view all the administrative roles that are assigned to a user. This allows you to identify the types of administrative tasks that the user can perform. Procedure  In the Security Console, click Identi...
  • Scope for Request Approvers and Token Distributors

    Request Approvers can approve requests under the following conditions.                         &...
  • RSA SecurID Software Tokens

    RSA SecurID tokens are available in a software form-factor that you can install into an RSA SecurID software token application on a client workstation or a mobile device. The RSA Authentication Manager provides a c...
  • Initiate Replication to RADIUS Replica Servers

    You can initiate replication of the RADIUS database from the primary RADIUS server to all the replica RADIUS servers in your deployment. For example, you might initiate replication to all replica RADIUS servers when y...
  • Import Tokens from Another Deployment

    You can import tokens that were exported from another deployment. Custom token attributes will not be imported with the token data. Standard token attributes are imported.Software token profiles are not imported. The ...
  • Administrative Role Settings

    The following table describes the settings of an administrative role.                         ...
  • 23021 - AUTHMGR_NEXT_TOKENCODE_ACTIVATED

    Message: Next tokencode mode activated for token serial number “{16}” assigned to user “{0}” in security domains “{1}” from “{2}” identity source. Description: Next to...
  • Add a User to a User Group

    A user group is a collection of users or user groups, or both. You can add users from any identity source to a user group in the internal database only. To change the membership of a group in an external LDAP iden...
  • Clear a User's On-Demand Authentication PIN

    You might clear a user's on-demand authentication (ODA) PIN when the PIN is compromised, forgotten, or when your organization has a policy that requires the PIN change. You must always set a temporary PIN when you cle...
  • Certificate Management for Secure Sockets Layer

    Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is enabled by default for communication ports that are used for RSA Authentication Manager administration and replication. When you deploy an instance of Authentication Manager, communicatio...
  • RSA Authentication Manager SNMP

    RSA Authentication Manager supports using a third-party network management system (NMS) and Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) to remotely query management data. The data is exposed in the form of read-only var...
  • Active Directory Identity Sources that are Not Global Catalogs

    In Active Directory, identity sources that are not Global Catalogs are used for administrative operations, such as enabling users for on-demand authentication and risk-based authentication. If you are not using a Glob...
  • Verify the LDAP Directory Identity Source

    To verify that you have successfully added and linked an identity source, you can view the users and groups from that identity source through the Security Console. Procedure  In the Security Console, click Ide...
  • Hide Menu Items from Administrators

    Super Admins can hide Security Console sub-menus or specific menu items from lower-level administrators. For example, you can prevent Token Administrators, who only help individual users, from seeing the Distribute So...
  • Replacing the Default Virtual Host Certificate

    The following is the procedure for replacing the default virtual host certificate. Procedure  Generate a certificate signing request using one of the following methods. RSA Security Console. For instruct...
  • Remove a Custom Console Logon Banner

    A Super Admin can remove the custom logon banners that appear before users log on to the Operations Console, the Security Console, or the Self-Service Console. Before you begin  You must be a Super Admin. ...