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Here are the steps to install the solution with JIRA.

Step 1: Turn off Confluence

Step 2: Install the binary

  1. Retrieve the rsaaj.jar file from the Installation page.
  2. Retrieve the 3 extra binaries from Go2Group by creating a JIRA Issue at
  3. Install the binary to the WEB-INF/lib folder in Confluence
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Step 3: Edit the seraph-config.xml

  1. Locate your seraph-config.xml
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  2. Replace / comment the existing <authenticator> tag and replace it with Go2Group's custom authenticator:
    1. This is usually the default authenticator:

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      <authenticator class=""/>
    2. Comment it and replace it with:

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      <authenticator class="com.go2group.confluence.RSAACAuthenticator"/>

Step 4: Setup your license files

In the installation package, Clients should also receive a license file. Your license file should be in the format of rsaaj.license and must be installed in this location:

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Step 5: Setup your binary configuration file

In the installation package, Client should also find two property files.

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Step 6: Start Confluence and log

After setting up the above, Client's can test their login by entering the username and RSA SecurID token and Atlassian password (depending on the For example, with the following configuration:

  • rsasecurid.enable is true
  • rsasecurid.factor is two
  • rsasecurid.token.separator is \\|

The user needs to login with the username of <username> and password equaling to <securid_token>|<atlassian_password>.

  • Username: rsaajtester
  • Password: 84342143|rsaajpass