RSA SecureID/Authman REST API abilities
I am aware of the .YAML file describing the securid/authenticate REST API, and have confirmed it is working in our environment(non-cloud), however, I'd like to know if there is a way to expand on the capabilities:
1. Is it possible to check for existing usernames via REST API? During provisioning of new users, we need to make sure new usernames in our system do not match existing users registered within our RSA
2. Is it possible to pull a list of unused/unassigned software/hardware token ids, and assign them to users via REST?
3. Similarly, is it possible to unassign/deregister tokens and even terminate/delete users?
If these aren't available from REST, what other methods would be available to programmatically handle the 3 requests?(SOAP?)
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Hi Albert - you can do all of those things and more using the RSA Authentication Manager SDK available as part of the AM Extras for each AM version.
The RSA SecurID Authentication API provides authentication capabilities only.
The Authentication Manager API can be utilized using almost any language and using several transport mechanisms (including SOAP) that are mostly hidden from the programmer (controlled by configuration).
RSA Professional Services also sells a developer package called Authentication Manager Integration Services (AMIS) that hides the API complexity beneath a simpler REST interface.