Change the Default Token Policy

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When you install Authentication Manager, a default token policy is automatically created. You can edit this policy, or create a custom token policy and designate it as the default.

Authentication Manager assigns the default policy to each new security domain. You can use the default token policy or assign a custom policy to each security domain.

Note:  Changing a token policy may put every user in a deployment into new PIN mode.

Procedure 

  1. In the Security Console, click Authentication > Policies > Token Policies > Manage Existing.

  2. Use the search fields to find the policy that you want to set as the default.

  3. From the search results, click the policy that you want to set as the default.

  4. From the context menu, click Edit.

  5. Select the Default Policy checkbox to designate the new policy as the default policy for the deployment. This policy is then applied to all security domains that are configured to use the default policy.

  6. Click Save.

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Token Policy

 

 


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