When you edit a security domain, you change configuration data such as the security domain name, password policy, self-service troubleshooting policy, token policy and lockout policy. You cannot change the parent security domain.
The security domain is a building block of your system's data architecture. Before you edit a security domain, carefully consider how the change affects the data contained in the security domain.
- In the Security Console, click Administration > Security Domains > Manage Existing.
Use the Search tab or the Browse tab to find the security domain that you want to edit. Some fields are case sensitive.
Click the security domain that you want to edit, and select Edit.
Make the necessary changes to the security domain.
If you have not saved your edits, you can click Reset to reset the security domain to be as it was before you began editing.