Users must provide credentials to access the Self-Service Console. If users are not required to have a password, configure one or more other credentials. You can configure one or more of the following types:
RSA Password. For users whose identity source is the Authentication Manager internal database. To use this credential, an RSA password must be assigned to the user’s account.
RSA SecurID. For users who have RSA SecurID authenticators.
On-Demand. For users who use on-demand tokencodes.
LDAP Password. For users whose identity source is an LDAP directory server.
In the Security Console, click Setup > Self-Service Settings> Self-Service Console Authentication.
In the Console Authentication Method field, enter the authentication method that users must use to log on to the Self-Service Console.
For example, to require an on-demand tokencode and an LDAP password, enter OnDemand+LDAP_Password.
After you finish
If you change the authentication method, notify the users because all users currently logged on to the Self-Service Console must re-authenticate using the new method.
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