Token policies determine RSA SecurID PIN lifetime and format, and fixed passcode lifetime and format. They are assigned to security domains, and apply to all tokens assigned to users managed by a given security domain.
Token policies also determine how to handle users or unauthorized people who enter series of incorrect passcodes.
When you edit a token policy, you can change information such as the name of the token policy, minimum and maximum lifetime information, and character requirements. You can also designate the token policy as the default policy for a deployment.
Use the search fields to find the token policy that you want to edit.
From the search results, click the token policy that you want to edit.
From the context menu, click Edit.
Make the necessary changes to the token policy.
If you have not saved your edits, you can click Reset to reset the policy as it was before you began editing.
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