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Defender 5.9.3 - Administration Guide

Getting started Managing Defender objects in Active Directory Configuring security tokens Securing VPN access Securing Web sites Securing Windows-based computers Defender Management Portal (Web interface) Securing PAM-enabled services Delegating Defender roles, tasks, and functions Automating administrative tasks Administrative templates Integration with Active Roles Integration with Cloud Access Manager Appendices
Appendix A: Enabling diagnostic logging Appendix B: Troubleshooting common authentication issues Appendix C: Troubleshooting DIGIPASS token issues Appendix D: Defender classes and attributes in Active Directory Appendix E: Defender Event Log messages Appendix F: Defender Client SDK Appendix G: Defender Web Service API

ProgrammableSoftwareTokenType type

ProgrammableSoftwareTokenType type

Enumeration of programmable software token types.

C# syntax
[DataContract]
public enum ProgrammableSoftwareTokenType
{
   [EnumMember]
   Windows = 0,
   [EnumMember]
   Blackberry = 2,
   [EnumMember]
   WindowsPhone = 3,
   [EnumMember]
   IToken = 4,
   [EnumMember]
   Mobile = 5,
   [EnumMember]
   GrIDsure = 6,
   [EnumMember]
   Android = 7,
   [EnumMember]
   EmailOTP = 8,
   [EnumMember]
   Java = 10,
   [EnumMember]
   GoogleAuth = 11,
   [EnumMember]
   Authy = 12
};

Values

  • Windows  A token for Windows operating system.
  • Blackberry  A token for BlackBerry devices.
  • WindowsPhone  A token for devices running Windows mobile or Windows Phone operating systems.
  • IToken  A token for iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch devices running the iOS operating system
  • Mobile  SMS token, where a text message containing one-time passwords is sent to the user's mobile phone.
  • GrIDsure  A GrIDsure token.
  • Android  A token for devices running the Android operating system.
  • EmailOTP  E-mail token, where an e-mail message containing one-time passwords is sent to the user's mobile phone.
  • Java  A token for Windows, Mac OS, or Linux operating systems that support Java applications.
  • Authy An Authy token allowing users to authenticate themselves with one-time passwords generated by the Authy app.
  • GoogleAuth A Google Authenticator token allowing users to authenticate themselves with one-time passwords generated by Google Authenticator.

TokenList type

TokenList type

A list of UserTokenDetail.

C# syntax
[CollectionDataContract(Name="TokenList", ItemName="Token")]
public class TokenList : List<UserTokenDetail>
{ }

UserTokenDetail type

UserTokenDetail type

Details of a token assigned to a user.

C# syntax
[DataContract] public class UserTokenDetail
{
   [DataMember]
   public string TokenType { get; set; }
   [DataMember]
   public bool HasPIN { get; set; }
   [DataMember]
   public string CommonName { get; set; }
   [DataMember]
   public string DN { get; set; }
}

Properties

  • TokenType  The type of the token.
  • HasPin  Whether the token has a PIN for this user.
  • CommonName  Common name of the token.
  • DN  Distinguished name of the token.

DefenderResult type

DefenderResult type

Result indicating success or otherwise of certain operations.

C# syntax
[DataContract]
public class DefenderResult
{
   [DataMember]
   public bool Success{ get; set; }
   [DataMember]
   public string ErrorMessage { get; set; }
}

Properties

  • Success  Indicates whether the operation was successful.
  • ErrorMessage  Contains an error message in the event of operation failure.
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