CT-KIP Email Templates for Android and iPhone

Document created by David Allison Employee on Apr 20, 2020Last modified by David Allison Employee on Jun 17, 2020
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When distributing tokens with AMBA in Authentication Manager 8.2 and newer, you must specify an XML email template in order to send properly formed CT-KIP activation links to Android and iPhone users.

 

ANDROID:

  1. Start with the sample CTKIPDefaultNotice-android.xml file.
  2. Copy the XML file to your AMBA working directory (in this example, /opt/rsa/am/amba), and reference the template in your CSV file:

    Sample AMBA .CSV file (Android)

    // replace the SoftTokenProfile value with the actual name from your
    // deployment (Security Console > Authentication > Software Token Profiles)
    Action,SoftTokenProfile
    SSTP,android_ctkip
    // replace <USERNAME> and <EMAIL.ADDRESS@EXAMPLE.COM> with the actual
    // username and email address values, without the < >
    CIF,Action,IdentitySource,SecurityDomain,DefLogin,TokEnabled,MiscVariable,MinTokenLife,OTPLength,DeliveryMethod,DestinationAddress,PinType,SoftIDParams,TemplateFile
    ATUA,Internal Database,SystemDomain,<USERNAME>,1,4,180,8,SMTP,<EMAIL.ADDRESS@EXAMPLE.COM>,Passcode,011,/opt/rsa/am/amba/CTKIPDefaultNotice-android.xml

  3. Run AMBA from this CSV file; the emails will now be correctly formatted for Android.

 

 

iOS/iPhone

 

1.   Start with the sample CTKIPDefaultNotice-ios.xml file.

 

2.   Copy the XML file to your AMBA working directory (in this example, /opt/rsa/am/amba), and reference the template in your CSV file:

 

Sample AMBA .CSV file (iOS)

// replace the SoftTokenProfile value with the actual name from your
// deployment (Security Console > Authentication > Software Token Profiles)
Action,SoftTokenProfile
SSTP,ios_ctkip
// replace <USERNAME> and <EMAIL.ADDRESS@EXAMPLE.COM> with the actual
// username and email address values, without the < >
CIF,Action,IdentitySource,SecurityDomain,DefLogin,TokEnabled,MiscVariable,MinTokenLife,OTPLength,DeliveryMethod,DestinationAddress,PinType,SoftIDParams,TemplateFile
ATUA,Internal Database,SystemDomain,<USERNAME>,1,4,180,8,SMTP,<EMAIL.ADDRESS@EXAMPLE.COM>,Passcode,011,/opt/rsa/am/amba/CTKIPDefaultNotice-ios.xml

 

3.   Run AMBA from this CSV file; the emails will now be correctly formatted for iOS 2.x.

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