000026266 - Useful adapter properties in the aa-config-main.properties file - RSA Adaptive Authentication (On Premise)

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Article Number000026266
Applies ToRSA Adaptive Authentication (On Premise) 

 

Adapters support customized themes and a sample theme is also provided in the package. The below 2 parameters would be required to set lilac theme for user logins. 

Customers can also choose to deploy a different theme and provide the theme name instead of lilac.

          aa.integration.theme.id=lilac

 

          aa.integration.theme.type=input

 

In addition if customers would like to present an access denied or access locked out page instead of the generic "We are experiencing processing problems "error page, the below 2 parameters should be enabled.

 

           aa.integration.present.access.denied.page=true

 

           aa.integration.present.locked.status.on.access.denied.page=true

 

In a scenario where you have the adapters deployed behind a load balancer and want to ensure the end user IP is capture din the request and not the load balancer IP please make sure you enable X-forwarded for by setting below parameter in aa-config-main.properties.

           aa.integration.analyze.ip.header=X-Forwarded-For.

 

Adapters also present a feature where customers can choose if the end users should be re-collected or just unlocked when they are locked out. This is enabled with the below parameter.

           aa.integration.aa.recollect.unlocked.users=false

 

IssueThis article is to explain some new properties added in the adapters 2.0 in the file aa-config-main.properties.
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