Creating a Trust Relationship

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Two or more RSA Authentication Manager realms can have a trust relationship, which gives users on one realm permission to authenticate to another realm and access the resources on that realm. You use the Security Console to create and manage trust relationships between two RSA Authentication Manager 8.0 or later realms.

Note:  You can create an RSA SecurID Access trusted realm to allow users who are not in an Authentication Manager identity source or the internal database to use RSA SecurID Authenticate Tokencodes on RSA authentication agents. For more information, see RSA SecurID Authenticate Tokencodes.


  1. Add a Trusted Realm
  2. Configure an Agent for Trusted Realm Authentication
  3. Add a Trusted User
  4. (Optional) Add a Trusted User Group
  5. (Optional) Add Trusted Users to a Trusted User Group



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