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The SecureAuth Credential Provider installer supports the Wizard install mode and silent mode installation

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Prior to deploying the Credential Provider, confirm that https://<SecureAuthIdPFQDN>/secureauth998/WebService/profilews.svc resolves without SSL certificate errors from the workstation on which the Credential Provider is being installed

1. Download the latest SecureAuth Credential Provider installer here

NOTE:

 Contact SecureAuth Support to obtain the

2.0.1 version of the

latest SecureAuth Credential Provider installer

 

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2. Execute the SecureAuth 2-Factor Windows Logon (Credential Provider) installer

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3. Set the Enrollment Web Service URL to the SecureAuth IdP appliance enrollment URL, which must include the full path as per the following example:

https://secureauth.company.com/secureauth998/WebService/profilews.svc

4. Click Next to complete the installation

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The silent mode is intended for enterprise administrators who leverage software distribution tools or group policies for MSI distribution / installation

2. Open a Command Prompt with the privileges to execute the installer and type in the following:

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msiexec /i "msi-path\SecureAuth_2-Factor_Windows_Logon_Installer.msi" /qn /l* SecureAuthOut.txt CmdOtpSeedURL=https://secureauth.company.com/secureauth998/webservice/profilews.svc
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Replace msi-path with the actual path of the file, e.g. C:\users\admin\downloads

Replace secureauth.company.com with the actual Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) of the SecureAuth IdP appliance

Replace secureauth998 with the actual SecureAuth App Enrollment Realm if using a different realm for the OATH Seed Enrollment

3. Review the C:\SecureAuthOut.txt text file for any failure or error messages

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