You can export at any time a list of RFID tokens used in your company. This feature allows you to create reports for example. The generated files are created in the Comma Separated Value (CSV) format, which is particularly useful to exchange data between databases and spreadsheet software such as Microsoft Excel or Business Objects Crystal Reports.
To perform the task described in this section, you must have at least the following administration role:
|IMPORTANT: Workstations using biometrics must be equipped with an EAM compliant biometric reader. For more information on the supported biometric devices, see One IdentityEAM Release Notes.|
EAM Console allows you to manage the biometric enrollment of users.
In the user security profile configuration: see Section Authentication Tab.
Biometric data and LDAP password of the user are stored in the workstation local cache. This data is protected by the EAM Client and the administration rights set for the workstation.
The user must enroll on each workstation he/she wants to use.
The biometric data of the user and the PIN of the smart card are stored on the public area of the smart card, protected by the EAM Client. The user enrolls his/her biometric data once and carries this data in his/her smart card.
The biometric data of the user is centralized by the EAM Controller and stored in the directory. To use this mode, an EAM Controller must be available to enable the authentication of the user.
The users enroll their biometric data once by typing their name and password before placing their fingerprints on the scanner. Then they can connect to every workstation of the EAM forest without having to enroll their biometric data on each workstation they use.
On every workstation on which the user authenticates, a local cache is created, as in the "Store on PC" mode: the EAM Controller retrieves biometric data from the directory to store it in this cache.
To manage the biometric enrollment, you will use the following administration panels:
||NOTE: To enroll a user’s fingerprints directly on your workstation, you can click or the Biometrics menu and select Start Scan Assistant. The biometric enrollment wizard starts.|
In this section:
In this section:
You define the biometric enrollment policy in the user security profile, as explained in Section Biometrics Tab.