Installation How-tos

Short installation instructions for those averse to manuals

Basic Server Installation

WiKID Quickstart Installation Cheatsheet - Version 3.x
The fastest way to Two-Factor Authentication. For those that prefer their documentation quick and simple. This document assumes that you have installed the RPMs or are using the ISO.
How to install the WiKID Community Edition 3.x
The steps needed to install the open source version of the WiKID Two-Factor Authentication System Community Edition, Version 3.x RPMs.
How to install the WiKID Enterprise RPMs
This document describes how to install the WiKID Strong Authentication Enterprise Edition using the RPMs.
How to upgrade to the latest WiKID version
This document explains how to upgrade to the latest two-factor authentication server from WiKID.
How to install the WiKID Strong Authentication Server on Suse
A customer has donated this documentation on how to get the WiKID 2 Factor rpms (which are for Redhat flavors) running on Suse
How to install the WiKID debs on Ubuntu
The steps needed to install the open source version of the WiKID 2 Factor Authentication System .debs on Ubuntu
Hardware recommendations and other requirements
What do you need to configure WiKID?
How to use the WiKID Quick Configuration Option
Configure your WiKID server for your environment quickly via a configuration file.
Install via APT or YUM
Install two-factor authentication via the popular package managers.
How to install the WiKID Strong Authentication Server ISO
Instructions and tips for creating WiKID appliances with our ISO on bare metal, VirtualBox or VMWare.
How to launch the WiKID Strong Authentication AMI on EC2
Notes and tips on using WiKID on Amazon's EC2 infrastructure.
How to get and install a licensed certificate
WiKID servers start with an evaluation certificate good for 30 days. You then need to get either a free 5 user license or purchase more seats.
How to upgrade your WiKID Strong Authentication server
Keep it updated!

Extended Server Installation

How to configure WiKID for Replication
The last thing you want is a hardware failure to knock your remote access services offline. Setting up your WiKID two-factor authentication servers for replication will allow quick recovery in the event of a failure.
How to upgrade to the WiKID Strong Authentication Server 3.0
This document describes the recommended method of upgrading from a 2.0 version of the WiKID Strong Authentication Server to a 3.0 version.
How to configure LDAP on the WiKID server
This document describes how to enable the built-in support for LDAP on the WiKID Strong Authentication server.
How to install the WiKID Enterprise on Slackware
Thanks to Elazar Broad

Token Distribution, User Registration, Validation

How to configure your software token clients to route internal users to an external domain.
Often, internal users on the LAN cannot access the external IP addresses used as domain identifiers. This document demonstrates how to use an internal DNS entry and a WiKID configuration file so new two-factor authentication users can be validated on the LAN.
How to let users add themselves using AD credentials
The WiKID server now includes a page where users login with AD credentials and can add themselves to the WiKID server.
How to configure pre-registration of users
WiKID offers a number of ways to register your users. The goal is to make it simple and secure. In addition to allowing users to register themselves based on some existing credentials, you can pre-register users in bulk and then allow them to register their account based on a pre-shared secret.
How to Customize the Web Start Software Token
The Web Start token is a great tool for software distribution. This document describes how to use a custom jw.properties file to create a custom WiKID software token for your enterprise.
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