Other key benefits include:
- Soliton Key Manager adds security to the Simple Certificate Enrolment Protocol (SCEP) by including a unique secret per request and e.g. APID, IMEI, or UDID during the SCEP process.
- Soliton Key Manager can generate, if required, both a public and a private key. It stores the private key on the device in a format that cannot be exported while the public key is being forwarded to the NetAttest EPS where it is used for authentication purposes
For additional security the NetAttest EPS-ap provides a set of Mobile Device Management (MDM) features. It allows to create a profile including several MDM functions such as the automatic locking after a predefined time and the prerequisites of defining the password. Other functions include remote device lock and wipe and the possibility to obtain device information.
- Supports redundancy with virtual and physical appliance.
- Support back-up/restore between virtual and physical appliance
- No support for displacement by using virtual platform function such as Vmotion and VMwareFT (use the NetAttest EPS redundancy function)
Key specifications Soliton KeyManager
Operating system version: Windows 10 (Except on ARM) /Windows 8.1 (Except RT)
Platform: Mac OS
Operating system version: 10.15 / 10.14 / 10.13
Operating system version: 13.5-13.1 / 12.4-12.0 / 11.4-11.0
Operating system version: 10.0 / 9.0 / 8.1-8.0 / 7.1-7.0 / 6.0
Download information Soliton Key Manager
- Updated: May 27, 2020
- Version: 2.0.4
- Size: 11MB
- Update Procedure to V2.0.4 or later:
In case updating from V2.0.0 ～ V2.0.2, please make sure to update to V2.0.3 and then update to V2.0.4 or later
-Changed APID generation logic
-Added kitting installation function
- Version: 2.0.3
- Size: 11MB
- Notice：V2.0.3 is only for update to V2.0.4 or later from V2.0.0 ~ 2.0.2.
- Updated: January 15, 2020
- Version: 2.0.2
- Size: 7.2MB
-Supported the invitation mode function of EPS-ap V2.4.0.
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