Perform this configuration process to allow users to use the RSA SecurID Authenticate app to access resources protected by RSA Authentication Manager.
Note: To use the RSA SecurID Authenticate app, users must be in an identity source connected to the Cloud Authentication Service.
Before You Begin
Perform these tasks before you begin the configuration.
|Super Admin for the Cloud Authentication Service|| |
1. If the SSO Agent is disabled, you must upload your own certificate using My Account > Company Settings. For instructions, see https://community.rsa.com/docs/DOC-54076.
2. Ensure that your network allows outbound TCP traffic from the identity router to the Authentication Manager server on port 5500. This is required before you configure a static route between the identity router and Authentication Manager.
|Super Admin for RSA Authentication Manager|| |
1. Make sure you have credentials to access the Operations Console.
2. If users are stored in identity sources for the Cloud Authentication Service, but not for Authentication Manager, then you will be adding a trusted realm. You need the rsaadmin password and either RSA Authentication Manager Super Admin or Trust Administrator privileges.
To complete the configuration, perform these tasks.
|Super Admin for the Cloud Authentication Service|
|Super Admin for RSA Authentication Manager with Operations Console credentials|| |
If users are stored in identity sources for both Authentication Manager and the Cloud Authentication Service:
If users are stored in identity sources for the Cloud Authentication Service, but not for Authentication Manager:
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