Once Deepnet is enabled, users will have two-factor authentication. If using software tokens such as QuickID the administrator does not have to create a token for each user, Publishing Agent will automatically create the token when the user tries to log in for the first time.
When a user tries to access a Connection from ApplicationServer Client, he/she is first prompted for the Windows username and password. If the credentials are accepted, Publishing Agent will communicate with the Deepnet server to create a unique token for that user.
The token then needs to be activated. Click on a button to send the activation code by e-mail or by SMS depending on the channel selected when configuring Authentication section. Figure 13 shows how the login window is shown by ApplicationServer Client. A message will then be sent containing the token activation code which will need to be inserted in the Activation code text box.
If using MobileID or FlashID, an email about where you can download the appropriate software will be sent to the user.
If using QuickID tokens, the application will ask for a One-Time Password which is sent by e-mail or SMS.
If using a GridID, the user is given the opportunity to print the grid from the client itself. Note that this is only available the first time the user logs on.
Enter the one-time password to log into the terminal server connection.