Does the RSA Authentication Manager have a limit of licenses that can be installed on a single instance?
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According to the RSA Authentication Manager 8.4 Performance and Scalability Guide, RSA Authentication Manager has been tested with one million users, so we can handle at least that many licensed users. Also note that you can be licensed for one million users, which means that million users can have one or more tokens assigned to them, but you can have many more users in the database that do not have tokens assigned and you can have more tokens in the database that are not assigned to users.
You used the phrase "single instance." That implies on a single AM server, presumably the primary. The user licenses apply to all the instances in a deployment, so all the instances (the primary and its attached replicas) will have the same licenses. Same with tokens. You install them (import the seed records) on the primary, and thanks to replication they are available on all the instances in the deployment.
AM has a license mechanism that provides for a single "core" license (i.e. Base or Enterprise) and license "addition" files (sometimes referred to as a "stack"). With the "Account ID" from your license, additional user license capacity can be ordered and added to AM. While there's technically no limit on the number of license files, the interface was not originally intended to support 100's of license "stacks". We do have customers with a large number of small licenses and they are managing a number of license files. These were typically added over time as user-capacity increases were required.
Good point -- I was thinking of the number of userids rather than the number of files holding license info.
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