The following describes how to establish a terminal connection (SSH, TELNET, or TN3270) to a server.
To establish a terminal connection (SSH, TELNET, or TN3270) to a server
Connect to the server.
To encode additional data as part of the username, you can use the @ as a field separator, for example:
Replace id with your actual token ID.
If One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions (SPS) prompts you for further information (for example, a one-time password), enter the requested information.
Authenticate on the server.
If authentication is successful, you can access the server.