Managing Tokens functionality helps you to import a file that contains information about multiple tokens and you can assign the tokens to specific users such that the user can pass through the OATH authentication method.
To access Tokens Management portal, you must assign chains to theevent in the section.
To import token files, perform the following steps:
Log in to the Advanced Authentication Tokens Management portal (https://<AdvancedAuthenticationServer>/tokens).
Click PSKC or CSV file.and add a
Select the. The options available are:
: This file type must be compliant with OATH. For example, HID OATH TOTP compliant tokens.
CSV File Format To Import OATH Compliant Tokens. You cannot use the YubiKey CSV files.: This file type must contain the format as described in
: In this file type, you must use one of the supported (see ) formats with comma as a delimiter.
Traditional format: In this file type,must be enabled.
Yubico format: This file type is supported only forset to and set to .
IMPORTANT:must not exceed 100000.
Add the encrypted PSKC files. Select or in and provide the information.
Clickto import tokens from the file.
NOTE: Advanced Authentication receives an OATH OTP.from the imported tokens file and stores the information in the enrolled authenticator. Therefore, Advanced Authentication administrator need not change the default value of on the tab. For more information on the OTP format, see
When the tokens are imported, you can see the list of tokens on the Tokens Management Portal. You must assign these tokens to the users. The tokens can be assigned either by an administrator or by user in the following ways:
As an administrator, you can do the following:
Clicknext to the token.
A user can self-enroll a token in the Self-Service portal. Administrator must let the user know an appropriate value from thecolumn for the self-enrollment.