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Enabling Endpoint Encryption clients to use Token Authentication/Single Sign On (SSO)

    • Updated:
    • 1 Apr 2014
    • Product/Version:
    • Endpoint Encryption 3.1 PolicyServer
    • Endpoint Encryption 5.0
    • Platform:
    • Windows 2003 Enterprise
    • Windows 2003 Enterprise 64-bit
    • Windows 2003 Standard
    • Windows 2003 Standard 64-bit
    • Windows 2008 Enterprise
    • Windows 2008 Enterprise 64-bit
    • Windows 2008 Standard
    • Windows 2008 Standard 64-bit
Summary
Learn how to allow the Endpoint Encryption clients to use the Token Authentication or SSO.
Details
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To enable Token Authentication or SSO:
  1. Set the following PolicyServer settings to a group as Token Authentication group.
    For PolicyServer Policies 3.1.2
    • Common
      Common > Authentication > NetworkLogin > DomainAuthentication=No
    • Full Disk Encryption
      PC > Login > TokenAuthentication=Enabled
      PC > Login > TokenAuthentication > TokenPassthru= Yes/No
      PC > Login > TokenAuthentication > TokenRemoval=Ignore/LockWorkstation/Reboot/Shutdown (Recommended to set as "Ignore" if "TokenPassThru=Yes")
      PC > Password= AllowedAuthenticationMethods= Fixed has to be available
    • File Encryption
      Password > PhysicalTokenRequired=Yes
    • DriveArmor
      Authentication > NetworkLogin > TokenAuthentication=Enabled
      Authentication > NetworkLogin > TokenAuthentication > TokenPassthru= Yes/No
    For PolicyServer Policies 3.1.1 and below
    • Full Disk Encryption
      PC > Login > DomainAuthentication= No
      PC > Login > TokenAuthentication= Enabled
      PC > Login > TokenAuthentication > TokenPassthru= Yes/No
      PC > Login > TokenAuthentication > TokenRemoval= Ignore/LockWorkstation/Reboot/Shutdown (Recommended to set as "Ignore" if "TokenPassThru=Yes")
      Password > AllowedAuthenticationMethods= Fixed has to be available
    • File Encryption
      Login > DomainAuthentication= No
      Password > PhysicalTokenRequired= Yes
    • DriveArmor
      Authentication > NetworkLogin= Enabled
      Authentication > NetworkLogin > DomainAuthentication= No
      Authentication > NetworkLogin > TokenAuthentication= Enabled
      Authentication > NetworkLogin > TokenAuthentication > TokenPassthru= Yes/No
  2. Add users into the group.
  3. Assign a One-Time Password to the users.
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Category:
Configure
Solution Id:
1059639
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