This manual will explain how to configure your SL1 systems to use RSA SecurID for multi-factor authentication during login to SL1.
NOTE: Currently, SL1 supports multi-factor authentication through RSA SecurID only.
Use the following menu options to navigate the SL1 user interface:
- To view a pop-out list of menu options, click the menu icon ().
- To view a page containing all of the menu options, click the Advanced menu icon ().
What is Multi-Factor Authentication?
Multi-factor authentication adds an additional step to authentication. Users still must provide a user name and password, but multi-factor authentication requires an additional piece of information from the user.
Currently, SL1 supports multi-factor authentication from RSA SecurID. RSA SecurID generates a unique token delivered to a key fob or to an email address or mobile phone.
If you configure SL1 to use multi-factor authentication, after the user provides a user name and password, SL1 prompts the user to enter the token from RSA SecurID.