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Click to view contentEach Authentication Manager token type has a unique numeric designation. Following is the list of those in use today (some archaic references exist in the lexicon but are not longer relevant)   2=SID700 4=SOFTWARE (can be distributed to a variety of platforms) 9=SID800 12=Mobile Auth Token   SID700s are standard hardware tokens. SID800s are USB… (Show more)
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RSA SecurID Access Prime Team
Welcome to the new RSA Link Community for RSA SecurID Access Prime (formerly known as AM Prime)!!!   We will use this space to keep customers of our RSA SecurID Access Prime offering from RSA Professional Services better informed, providing insight to MFA solutions built with Prime, implementation & troubleshooting tips, the latest available Prime… (Show more)
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RSA SecurID Access Prime Team
There are 3 main drivers to consider when contemplating an update of RSA SecurID Access Prime software in your environment:   Compatibility: Does your Prime software need to be updated for compatibility with the RSA-supported version of RSA Authentication Manager and/or RSA Cloud Authentication Service that you are upgrading to? Is your Prime… (Show more)
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RSA SecurID Access Prime Team
This document details the REST web services application programming interfaces (APIs) provided by the RSA SecurID Access Prime AMIS component.  AMIS APIs can be used by developers to integrate RSA authentication and administration functions into applications.  AMIS supports integrations across both RSA Authentication Manager and the RSA Cloud…
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Click to view contentThe overall RSA SecurID Access Prime solution architecture topology, across all Prime components and running against RSA Authentication Manager, is illustrated in the diagram below:   Under this Prime architecture configuration: Multiple, load balanced Prime Services servers co-host the AMIS, SSP, and HDAP components.The Internal Self-Service… (Show more)
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RSA SecurID Access Prime Team
Why Does RSA SecurID Access Prime (formerly AM Prime) Exist? In today’s consumer-experience driven IT world, the flexibility and extensibility to meet unique, new, and emerging use cases, as well as to provide for tailored end-user experience, are critical.   The RSA Professional Services Prime offering is designed to complement and augment RSA’s… (Show more)
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RSA SecurID Access Prime Team
The RSA SecurID Access Prime software package from RSA Professional Services (formerly known as AM Prime) is available as an add-on for customers that require additional solution deployment flexibility.  The specific version and build date for the most recent version of each Prime software component is listed below.   For instructions on how to…
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RSA SecurID Access Prime Team
Click to view contentTo determine which version of Prime components for a support incident or just to determine the age of a deployment, refer to the timestamp in the logs of AMIS, SSP and HDAP. The build timestamp is the most important value.  
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