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Getting Started

For eToken Users

I have just been issued my new eToken, what’s next?

When you first receive an eToken, or when you get your old one replaced, you must select an eToken password. Here are the instructions to do so:

  • Connect your eToken
  • Open Safenet Authentication client
  • Select  ‘Change Token Password’
  • Enter default password
  • Enter new password – must be a minimum of six characters and contain at least three of the following: a number, a lowercase, an uppercase, and/or a symbol
  • Once password strength reaches 100%, select ‘OK’
  • New password is set and the eToken is ready for use

Need more help with eToken password setup?

How do I use my eToken to log onto AMS?

Here is a step by step guide to using eToken to access AMS:

  • Connect eToken
  • Connect to Cisco AnyConnect VPN
  • Enter eToken password on SafeNet Authentication Client screen
  • Open AMS client
  • Enter AMS User ID and password

Need more help with using eToken to access AMS?

How do I use my eToken to log onto ROSI?

Here is a step by step guide to using eToken to access ROSI:

  • Connect eToken
  • Connect to Cisco AnyConnect VPN
  • Open ROSI client
  • Select any certificate in pop window. Select ‘OK’
  • Enter you eToken password. Select ‘OK’
  • ROSI reads the eToken directly and gives the User direct access

Need more help with using eToken to access ROSI?

I have two ROSI accounts, how do I sign onto the second using my eToken?

eToken directly accesses ROSI, connecting to only one ROSI ID. Some U of T staff may have more than one ROSI ID requiring a slightly different log-in process for their second account. Here are instructions to do so:

  • Connect eToken
  • Connect to Cisco AnyConnect VPN.
  • Open the second ROSI client
  • Enter ROSI ID and password

Need more help with accessing multiple ROSI accounts?

More questions? Click here.