Backing a managed card with alternate credentials

Tuesday, 20 May 2008, 7:03 AM EST

When a Managed Card is used, the user must authenticate to the identity provider (IP), in order to get a token.

The choices of authentication type are username/password, Kerberos, X509 certificate or a Self-Issued card. Each authentication type offers its own advantages and disadvantages.

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