Token-based Authentication

NVIDIA UFM Enterprise User Manual v6.17.0

Token-based authentication is a protocol which allows users to verify their identity, and in return receive a unique access token. During the life of the token, users then access the UFM APIs that the token has been issued for, rather than having to re-enter credentials each time they need to use any UFM API.

Note

Under the Settings section there is a tab titled called “Access Tokens”.

The functionality of the added tab is to give the user the ability to create new tokens & manage the existing ones (list, copy, revoke, delete):

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Actions:

Name

Icon

Description

Revoke

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Revoke a specific token.

Note

The revoked token will no longer be valid.

Delete

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Delete a specific token.

Copy

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Copy specific token into the clipboard.

Note

Each user is able to list and manage only the tokens that have been created by themselves. Only the users with system_admin role will be able to create tokens.

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