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NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

     activadm, cryptoadm, snkadm - manage the ActivCard,  CRYPTOCard and
     SNK-004 token databases

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

     tokenadm  [-1BDERT] [-d] [-e] [-m [-]mode] [-r] [user [...]]

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

     The tokenadm utility displays and edits user entries in  the
various token
     databases.   It  may  also  be invoked as one the following:
     cryptoadm, or snkadm.

     The options are as follows:

     -1      Display users, one per line.

     -B      Display users with no banner.

     -D      Display disabled users.

     -E      Display enabled users.

     -R      Display users in reverse order.

     -T      Display users in terse format (only the user names).
Unless -1
             is  also specified, four users will be displayed per

     -d       Disable  users  without  removing  them  from   the
database.  This prevents
  the  users  from authenticating, but does not
lose their
             shared secret.  The -m flag may also  be  used  with
the -d flag.

     -e       Enable  users.   This  should  be used to re-enable
users who were
             disabled by the -d flag.  The -m flag  may  also  be
used with the
             -e flag.

     -m      Add [or remove] the specified mode of authentication
for the user.
  Modes available are decimal (dec),  hexadecimal
(hex), phonebook
  (phone),  and  reduced-input  (rim).   Not all
modes are available
 for all types of cards.  The  -m  flag  may  be
used alone or in
             conjunction with either the -d or -e flags.  Whenever reduced-input
 mode is set the reduced-input  state  is  reset.
This should be
             done if a paper copy of challenge/responses had been
produced and
             then misplaced.

     -r      Remove users from the database.

     Use of any of the -1BDERT flags precludes the use of any  of
the -demr
     flags.   The -demr flags all require at least one user argument.

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

     x99token(1), login.conf(5), login_token(8), tokeninit(8)

OpenBSD     3.6                         August      23,      1996
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