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RSA two factor authentication with sid700

Posted on 2011-02-15
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Hi Experts,

My company is using the AD 2003 and Citrix remote access infrastructure(CAG, AAC etc)
We currently use Safeword authentication for Citrix remote access.

Now, we are planning to move away from Safeword in favour of RSA two factor authentication using sid700 key fob.

My question is what changes will I need to make in the AD and Citrix (CAG and AAC) to accomplish this.

Do I need to install a software on Domain Controllers? which one?
Do I need to install some software on Citrix CAG/AAC? which one?

I really appreciate any input as I am so new to Citrix.

Thanks Experts
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I can't give you a complete solution, but maybe some hints.

You don't have to install anything on the DCs.

You need to reconfigure CAG to use RSA SecureID instead of Safeword. RSA SecurID is pre-supported so there is no need to install anything on the CAG.

cag

If you have a Web Interface server you also need to change from Safeword to RSA.

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