When you first set up TAM E-SSO, you are prompted to choose your primary logon method, also known as an authenticator.
The credentials you provide to the authenticator – your username/ID, password, and other information – identify you as an authorized user of your workstation and network.
In most cases, your primary logon is Windows, and your primary logon credentials are your Windows username/ID, password, and network domain.
TAM E-SSO lets you use your primary logon method for any other situation in which you need a password, including most Windows applications, host/mainframe applications, and password-protected Web sites.
It uses your primary logon information to verify that you are the same user that initially logged on.
Depending on your installation and resources, your primary logon can be any of the following:
Smart Card authenticator logon information
Entrust authenticator logon information
SAFLINK authenticator logon information
DigitalPersona authenticator logon information
Xyloc authenticator logon information