SecureAuth IdP version 9.0 includes new features and Web Admin adjustments to enable the new features and improve the user experience.
Web Admin Home Page
If accessing the SecureAuth IdP appliance via RDP, then on the Home Page of the Web Admin, a new Access Control option is available
Role-based Access Control enables companies to lock down the SecureAuth IdP Web Admin and its configuration to directory user groups that have read and write or only write access to specific or all realms
The Web Admin begin site page has been removed. Consequently, the browser shortcut for Web Admin now opens the Web Admin Home Page.
The Update Web Config and Decrypt Web Config options, which previously appeared on the begin site page, have been moved to a new Tools dropdown at the top of the Web Admin Home Page. This dropdown contains options for updating and encrypting/decrypting the web.config files.
Due to the addition of the QR Code option, the selection previously labeled SecureAuth App Enrollment in the Authenticated User Redirect dropdown has been renamed Multi-Factor App Enrollment - URL, to distinguish this option from the new Multi-Factor App Enrollment - QR Code option. As in the prior release, this option lets administrators configure a URL realm to be used for enrolling desktop and mobile devices via OATH OTPs and OATH Tokens.
For greater clarity, the SecureAuth App Enrollment section has been renamed Multi-Factor App Enrollment; sub-sections Time-based Passcodes (OATH) and Security Options have been respectively renamed OATH Options and SecureAuth App - Security Options, and some fields in these sub-sections have been rearranged and/or relabeled
OpenID Connect / OAuth 2.0 Additional Options
New Client Details options: JSON Web Encryption and JSON Web Key URI.
New Allowed Flows for OAuth 2.0: Token Introspection and Token Revocation