mTAN self-service config
mTAN/SMS self-service configuration in the JSP-Loginapp

Configuration entry points to mTAN/SMS self-services can be found in the Config Editor as specified in the table below. Please refer to the documentation in the Config Editor for further information.

What?
Description
Location
Main Settings
Most mTAN/SMS self-service settings are part of the main mTAN/SMS settings: see group Self Services.
MAIN SETTINGS >> Authentication Settings >> mTAN/SMS Settings
Enable/Disable and Special Settings
To enable/disable the mTAN/SMS self-services and to edit special configuration properties, go to the self-service configuration of the login application.
Loginapp >> Self-Service Settings >> mTAN/SMS Self Service
Migration Hint Page
To let the Loginapp ask the user to migrate to mTAN/SMS after successful login, the corresponding Migration Hint Page settings have to be defined:
  • Define a Target Authentication Type entry for migration to mTAN/SMS
  • Within it, use:
    • Type: MTAN
    • Target Auth Method: MTAN
    • Other settings as required
The demo configuration already contains this configuration.
Loginapp >> Self-Service Settings >> Migration Hint Page Settings
IAK Letter GenerationTask 
A task that generates IAK letters for all users with the mTAN IAK order flag set, use the following configuration:
  • Define a task in the Task Scheduler Service (Service Container)
  • Use the task plugin Token Task with mTAN IAK Token Report Strategy)
Service Container >> Services >> Task Scheduler Config >> Service
IAK Letter Generation from Adminapp
To generate IAK letters directly from the Adminapp, configure a Secret Letter Renderer in the mTAN/SMS Token Controller plugin within the Adminapp.
Adminapp >> Users >> Authentication Tokens (Credentials) >> mTAN/SMS Token Controller

Note that the above flow and configuration hints are based on the usage of the "Main Authenticator" as the main authentication plugin.

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