This document is for system administrators migrating staff users from SecurID to eToken and those wanting to obtain broader use case technical setup and usage information. Please review the eToken Technical FAQ for new information/changes.
The eToken device can be used with a number of clients. For web clients (or browsers), the Apache and IIS web server can be easily configured to require X.509 certificates (which the eToken contains) for authentication.
SafeNet Authentication Client Installation
*** Required for all eToken users ***
The following links document required software installation for desktop computers to be used with an eToken.
eToken Administrators: Information for SafeNet Authentication Manager Client
*** Required for eToken Department Administrators ***
- Administrator Information for Windows Domain-attached Computers
- Administrator Information for Windows non-Domain-attached Computers
- Windows Desktop Setup for eToken Management
Common Use Cases
The following is a list of links that document specific installation and configuration information for commonly used applications.
- Cisco AnyConnect VPN Windows Client
- Cisco AnyConnect VPN MacOSX Client
- Cisco AnyConnect VPN Linux Client
- OpenSSH MacOSX/Linux Client
- OpenSSH Windows Client
- Windows Remote Desktop Client
- ROSI RocketShuttle
- ROSI HostExplorer for Windows
- ROSI Entire Connect for Windows
- ROSI tn3270 for macOS **Please note: users will require a ROSI password
- SAPgui Windows Client
- Apache https Server
- Browsers – Firefox
Less-Used Client Information
The following is a list of client application notes that do not apply to current production usage but are provided FYI.