000016619 - Add cross-realm trust relationship between a 6.1 and 7.1 server

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Article Number000016619
Applies To6.1 Ace server
7.1 Authentication Manager
Cross-realm
Trust relationship
Cross realm authentication
IssueAdd cross-realm trust relationship between a 6.1 and 7.1 server
ResolutionThe process is (on the 6.1 Auth Mgr server):

1.    Open the Host Mode

2.    Select Realm-->Add Realm

3.    In the Remote Realm Primary Server section, enter:
      a.    The FQDN of the 7.1 Auth Mgr primary server
      b.    The network address should populate automatically

4.    In the Remote Realm Servers section, enter:
      a.    The FQDN of the 7.1 Auth Mgr primary server
      b.    The network address should populate automatically

5.    In the Local Realm Servers section, enter:
     a.    The FQDN of the 7.1 Auth Mgr primary server
     b.    The network address should populate automatically

6.    Click on <Establish Realm Secret>

7.    You will need the token for the Super Admin of the 7.1 Auth Mgr server and enter:
     a.    The token serial number
     b.    Three consecutive token codes
     c.    Click <OK>

8.    You will see the message that the realm was inserted successfully.

9.    In the 7.1 Security Console:
     a.    Select Administration-->Trusted Realms-->Manage Existing
     b.    You will now see your 6.1 realm in the list

10.    This will allow for users from each realm to authenticate in the other realm


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