How do I export the secret key from a RSA Token.
Could you please elaborate on what you are looking to accomplish so we can provide the correct information to you.
We are testing out importing our RSA tokens (FOBs) into Azure for MFA. I have a test one assigned to me, but need the secret key to import to Azure. How can I find this secret key?
HHSC Enterprise IT Directory Services | Active Directory Administrator
Azure MFA supports OATH tokens (TOTP/HOTP). RSA tokens use our own algorithm (based on AES128) not TOTP or HOTP. Even if you had the seed records (secrets), the RSA tokens would not be compatible with Azure MFA.
I do want to mention however, that we have several ways of integrating your existing SecurID deployment with Office365 / Azure AD. If you have an AzureAD Premium P1 plan, you can leverage Conditional Access to cal RSA SecurID Access. The integration guide can be found here https://community.rsa.com/api/core/v3/contents/160348/data?v=2
We also have an agent available for ADFS if you are using ADFS to sign into Azure, you can use this agent to prompt for RSA SecurID. You can find the agent and its documentation here RSA® Authentication Agent 2.0 for Microsoft® AD FS Administrator's Guide
A third option is to use the SAML / WSFed capabilities of SecurID Access to provide Single Sign On / Multi Factor Authentication into Azure / Office365. You can find the integration guide for this here https://community.rsa.com/api/core/v3/contents/215374/data?v=15 .
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