Kaspersky Security Center 14

Editing the name of a security code issuer

February 26, 2024

ID 211906

You can have several identifiers (they are called issuers) for different Administration Servers. You can change the name of a security code issuer in case, for example, the Administration Server already uses a similar name of security code issuer for another Administration Server. By default, the name of a security code issuer is the same as the name of the Administration Server.

After you change the security code issuer name you have to reissue a new secret key and pass it to the authenticator application.

To specify a new name of a security code issuer:

  1. In the Kaspersky Security Center console tree, open the context menu of the Administration Server folder, and then select Properties.
  2. In the Administration Server properties window, in the Sections pane, select Advanced, and then Two-step verification.
  3. Specify a new security code issuer name in the Security code issuer field.
  4. Click the Apply button in the Two-step verification section.
  5. Click the OK button in the Two-step verification section.

A new security code issuer name is specified for the Administration Server.

See also:

Scenario: configuring two-step verification for all users

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