We are currently running RSA authentication Manager 8.4 in an AWS environment.
We would like to lock down our SSH activity in this environment to avoid any unauthorised access.
All of our servers are running the AWS Session Manager agent, which allow only AMI authorised users.
The RSA AM Operation console allow already to enable SSH on the server for management purpose.
It will be great to have the capability to start the ssm-agent service from the Operation Console, in addition of the SSH Settings.
SSM-agent can be installed on Suse, using the following process:
Please feel free to also check my idea about AWS EFS support:
- authentication manager 8.4
- operating system access
- operations console
- operations console admins
- rsa authenication manager
- rsa authentication manager 8.4
- rsa ideas
- RSA Link Idea
- RSA Link Platform Idea
- RSA Link Platform Suggestion
- RSA Link Suggestion
- rsa operations console
- RSA SecurID
- RSA SecurID Access
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