The CSV output file stores PINs and passwords for protection of distribution files in text format. There is no protection of passwords or PINs in this file. Administrators can use this file to send PINs and passwords to users by e-mail. The CSV output file has the same name as the corresponding log file, except with the .csv extension, and it is generated in the same location as the log file.
For tokens with PINs, the system generates PINs to protect distribution files. The system uses the setting to password protect distribution files set by the administrator.
For tokens without PINs, which have one-factor authentication, the system protects distribution files with passwords (8 alphanumeric characters).
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