I read about extended the software token expiration and just want to make sure I'm understanding it correctly. It says, "For example, a token that will expire n 15 days an be extended so that it will not expire or another 2 years An unassigned token hat expires in 2 years he distributed token hat was expiring n 15 days and the unassigned token is deleted. The original, distributed token eceives an extended lifetime."
So assuming my token expires in 2 weeks, I can go into the Security Console and extend my expiration date for 2 more years. It basically uses up a different (unassigned) token that has a 2 year expiration. Logically transferring the extra 2 year expiration to the assigned token, deleting the unassigned token, and this is all done in the security console with nothing for the end user to do? When that token expires in two years, it can be done again? And lifetime doesn't mean no expiration, right?
FYI - We are on 8.2 SP1 Patch 8 and about to go to 8.3.