SecureAuth IdP version 8.2 includes new features and Web Admin adjustments to enable the new features and to improve user experience.

What's Changed
Home Page


On the Web Admin Home Page, the Specialized Realms dropdown menu now includes only App Enrollment

This replaces the OATH Provisioning Realm (SecureAuth998), and the C-SSL specialized realm has been removed

C-SSL can still be enabled in any realm, but the SecureAuth IdP appliances no longer come with a pre-configured specialized realm for the feature

Refer to SecureAuth App Enrollment Configuration Guide for more information; and refer to C-SSL Configuration Guide to configure a realm with a C-SSL begin site



SecureAuth IdP 8.2 comes with a new client-side Theme: 2016 Light

The code running this theme has been redone to provide more flexibility and better performance

Select in the Overview tab, or customize the theme in the CSS Editor (below)

Refer to 2016 Light Theme for more information

CSS Editor


The new Theme is also available for customization in the CSS Editor


The ODBC directory configurations have been modified in the Membership Connection section to include all of the information in the Connection String rather than entering values into each field

SecureAuth IdP 8.1.X

SecureAuth IdP 8.2



A new begin site has been added to the Custom Front End section to enable the Cisco ISE pxGrid Integration

If True is selected from the Require Begin Site dropdown, then the Cisco ISE option becomes available in the Begin Site dropdown, and the Configure pxGrid link appears

Cisco pxGrid Integration


By selecting Configure pxGrid in the Custom Front End section, a new page appears to enable the integration

Refer to Cisco ISE (pxGrid) Begin Site Configuration Guide for more information

Registration Methods


Push-to-Accept requests for 2-Factor Authentication are included out-of-the-box with SecureAuth IdP 8.2, and are managed on the SecureAuth Authenticate App for iOS and Android

The Mobile Login Requests (Push Notifications) section configures for both Push Notifications (OTPs sent to enrolled devices) and Push-to-Accept requests (login request sent to enrolled devices that requires an Accept or Deny response)

Refer to Mobile Login Requests (Push Notifications) Registration Method for 2-Factor Authentication for more information

Post Authentication


The SecureAuth App Enrollment post-authentication page replaced the OATH Provisioning realm, as the realm is no longer used solely for OATH Provisioning

In this configured realm, end-users can provision their desktop or mobile devices or browsers for OATH OTPs (SecureAuth Mobile Apps, Desktop Client Apps, Chrome Browser Extension), Push Notifications (SecureAuth Mobile Apps), and Push to Accept requests (SecureAuth Authenticate App for iOS and Android)

Refer to SecureAuth App Enrollment Configuration Guide for more information