Use this checklist if you are setting up an identity router for the first time and want to enable the SSO Agent. In the Cloud Administration Console, the dashboard walks you through configuring the necessary components. The following table lists the required high-level steps.
|1. Plan your product deployment.||RSA SecurID Access Cloud Authentication Service Planning Guide|
|2. Configure the protected domain name, provide Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) private keys and certificates to protect the RSA SecurID Access Application Portal, and change your company ID.||Configure Company Information and Certificates|
3. Use the dashboard in the Cloud Administration Console to progress through the configuration steps.
|4. Configure the standard web application portal for end users.|
|5. Confirm the authentication methods within each assurance level.|
|6. Set up policies to control user access to web applications.|
|7. (Optional) Set up Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA) to provide a streamlined single sign-on experience for users who log on from within your corporate domain.|
|8. (Optional) Add authentication sources to automate the use of configured identity providers (IdPs).|
|9. (Optional) To use SecurID Token as an authentication method, you must configure the Cloud Authentication Service to connect to RSA Authentication Manager.|
|10. Roll out the product to end users, instructing users to download the app and test authentication.|
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