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Fix: The Token Database On Your Hard Drive is Protected by a Password

Fix: The Token Database On Your Hard Drive is Protected by a Password
If you use the RSA Secure ID client in Mac or Windows, you may randomly receive a message opening a token you want to use.
 

The Token Database On Your Hard Drive is Protected by a Password

 
Token Database Password
 
 
You probably don’t recall ever setting a password on your token – so this message comes completely at random. The documented fix is to change device password. Note, you will clearing and deleting the token currently used inside SecureID following this procedure.
 
Go to Options -> Token Storage Devices -> Change Device Password -> Reset Device
 
You will receive a message Successfully delete tokens and remove password.

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Dave Nguyen on Friday, 21 February 2020 12:37

Hi I found it.

It is right on the window where you click on the Import either form file or web. There's a hyperlink called "Token Storage Device". Once you click on that link, you should be able to follow the instructions from this page.
Thanks,
Dave

Hi I found it. It is right on the window where you click on the Import either form file or web. There's a hyperlink called "Token Storage Device". Once you click on that link, you should be able to follow the instructions from this page. Thanks, Dave
Dave Nguyen on Friday, 21 February 2020 12:10

How can I fix this on the Mac OS?

How can I fix this on the Mac OS?
Hehe on Monday, 15 July 2019 21:26

good it works

good it works
Ammaarah on Friday, 24 August 2018 05:59

This didn't work, any ideas why this might be ?

This didn't work, any ideas why this might be ?
Tee on Saturday, 21 July 2018 08:30

Great fix! worked 100%.

Great fix! worked 100%.
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