How to Configure OAM for Second Factor Authentication Using a Apple Push Notifications to an iOS Device
(Doc ID 2319759.1)
Last updated on JUNE 29, 2022
Oracle Access Manager - Version 184.108.40.206.0 and later Oracle Mobile and Social - Version 220.127.116.11.0 and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
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How to configure OAM second factor authentication (SFA) such that a push notification is delivered to an iOS device where the end-user has to either allow or deny the login attempt. The push notification is delivered to the Oracle Mobile Authenticator application (OMA) which then communicates with the OAM server to grant or deny the end-user access to the protected resource. The steps below are ONLY for configuring push notifications to iOS devices. See Document ID 2308621.1 for details on setting up push notifications to android devices via Google Cloud Messaging (GCM).
Note that this note covers the use of SFA to send a push notification only. While the configuration of a one-time password with the OMA application covers some of the same pieces (such as OMA and the AdaptiveAuthentication scheme) that setup is covered in note 2307570.1.
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