We are pleased to announce that on November 27th eToken authentication for high security logins including AMS, ROSI, ROSI Files, Rocket Shuttle, StarRez and Unit VPNs successfully migrated to UTORMFA.
Please note that there are some new instructions for eToken users outlined below.
Instructions on how to login to AdminVPN with UTORMFA and eToken are available below:
Quick Start Guide
You should begin to use UTORMFA as soon as possible as eToken will be fully retired in February 2022.You should keep your eToken and return it to your eToken administrator starting in January/February 2022. Your eToken administrator will then forward it through interoffice mail to Information Security for secure disposal.If you require assistance, please contact your local IT administrator or your campus help desk:
- UTSG Information Common Helpdesk: firstname.lastname@example.org, 416-978-HELP
- UTM helpdesk: email@example.com, 905-828-5344
- UTSC helpdesk: firstname.lastname@example.org, 416-287-HELP
Learn more about the eToken migration project.Regards,Information SecurityEnterprise Applications & Solutions Integration (EASI)
|After November 27 at 6:00 pm
|You no longer need to use your eToken to access AMS, ROSI, ROSI Files, Rocket Shuttle, StarRez and AdminVPN. You can now authenticate with UTORMFA.
If you haven’t already signed up for UTORMFA, you can enroll on the UTORMFA website.
|To access these applications, open Cisco AnyConnect. Do not plug in your eToken. Select “admin.vpn.utoronto.ca” from the drop-down menu. You will then click “Connect.”
If you do not see admin.vpn.utoronto.ca in the drop-down list, contact your IT administrator to update the Cisco AnyConnect profile on your computer.
|Enter your UTORid and UTORid password in the U of T Weblogin window and authenticate using UTORMFA with your phone or hardware token.
|You should now be able to access AMS using SAP GUI. You will need to further authenticate to access ROSI, as per the regular process using the supported browser of your choice.|
|Please keep your eToken and return it to your eToken administrator starting in January/February 2022. Your eToken administrator will then forward it through interoffice mail to Information Security for secure disposal.
|NEW eToken Login Process
If you need to continue to use eToken, select “admin.vpn.utoronto.ca” from the drop-down menu in Cisco AnyConnect. You will then click “Connect.”
A new window will then appear. Please select “eToken” from the “Group” drop-down list and click “OK.”
You will then be prompted for your eToken password. Click “OK” again from the “Group” drop-down list.