There is a RSA utility to show what is in the sdconf.rec file. I used that tool several years ago. I could not remember the name of the tool, and not sure how to get the tool.
There used to be a utility to do this, not sure if it can be found, and if it can read the newer sdconf.rec files that came in with AM version 7.x, these sdconf.rec files are a little larger that then old ones seen in AM 6.1 and earlier, and they contain a certificate, which you can see if you open with NotePad++.
If you install the Windows agent 7.4.4 or earlier, not the MFA agent for Windows 2.x or 1.x, and place a copy of sdconf.rec file down in \Program Files\Common Files\RSA Shared Files\AuthData you can "read" the sdconf.rec file and determine which primary and replica it is from based on IP and name
I also opened a case with support. The tool is called: view.cmd (Windows only). I was looking for: response_delay in the configuration file.
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