Options for manage-securid-access-trusts

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The following table describes the options for the manage-securid-access-trusts utility.

                                 

Option

Alternate Option

Description

-h

--help

Display help and exit. If an -a/--action argument is specified, the usage for the specified action is printed.

-X

--debug

Log verbose messages in the log file.

-v

--version

Display the version and copyright.

-a

--action

One of the following:

  • create. Create the RSA SecurID Access trusted realm.
  • repair. Update the existing RSA SecurID Access trusted realm.

Options for the Create Flag

The following table describes the options for the create flag in the manage-securid-access-trusts utility.

                                                          

Option

Alternate Option

Description

-u

--username

Username of the Super Admin or Trust Administrator.

-p

--password

Password of the Super Admin or Trust Administrator.

-t

--trusted-realm-name

Name of the trusted realm to be created.

-n

--notes

(Optional) Any notes data.

-e

--authentication-status

(Optional) Is the trusted realm enabled for authentication.

-s

--trusted-realm-status

(Optional) Trusted realm status.

-i

--access-id

Access ID for the RSA SecurID Access REST service.

-k

--access-key

Access Key for the RSA SecurID Access REST service.

-l

--rest-url-prefix

The full RSA SecurID Access REST API URL prefix. The REST API URL prefix has the following components:

  • Either the hostname that the RSA Authentication Manager Super Admin or Trust Administrator defined or an IP address that was provided by the RSA SecurID Access Super Admin.
  • The API port 443.
  • The prefix /api/v1.

For example, https://identityrouter.rsa-securid.com:443/api/v1

Options for the Repair Flag

The following table describes the options for the repair flag in the manage-securid-access-trusts utility.

                                 

Option

Alternate Option

Description

-u

--username

Username of the Super Admin or Trust Administrator.

-p

--password

Password of the Super Admin or Trust Administrator.

-t

--trusted-realm-name

Name of the trusted realm to be modified.

-l

--rest-url-prefix

The full RSA SecurID Access REST API URL prefix. The REST API URL prefix has the following components:

  • Either the hostname that the RSA Authentication Manager Super Admin or Trust Administrator defined or an IP address that was provided by the RSA SecurID Access Super Admin.
  • The API port 443.
  • The prefix /api/v1.

For example, https://identityrouter.rsa-securid.com:443/api/v1

 

 


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