RSA Self-Service provides a workflow system for deploying RSA SecurID authenticators. Users can perform many of the provisioning steps themselves and the system automates the workflow. In the web-based Self-Service Console that you configure, users can manage many day-to-day activities related to authentication, tokens and user accounts. Self-Service reduces the time that administrators and help desk personnel spend deploying tokens and helping users.
RSA recommends installing the Self-Service Console on a secure server on a web tier in the DMZ. In the DMZ the Self-Service Console is protected by a firewall and the Authentication Manager instances are protected by a second firewall on the network perimeter. This installation offers the convenience of self-service to remote and internet users while protecting your internal resources.
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