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RSA SecurID authentication

This topic describes the use of RSA SecurID authentication.

The 

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 that user can authenticate by providing a user name and passcode. The user name and passcode consist of a PIN and the current token code displayed on an RSA SecurID token. In some situations, the user might be prompted for a new PIN before authentication can occur. If the user enters valid information, the Authentication Service issues session credentials to the user.

Use the following procedures to configure RSA Authentication Manager and the Authentication Server:

RSA Authentication Manager does not allow third parties, such as the 

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needs to refresh session credentials for a user who authenticates with RSA SecurID, the 
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