- About Self-Service Password Reset
- System requirements
- Install and configure
- Secure configuration
- Migrate data from the Single Sign-on central store
- Configure StoreFront to allow users to record answers to security questions
The Single Sign-on central store is a centralized repository used by Single Sign-on to store and manage user and administrative data. User data includes user credentials, security question answers, and other user-focused data. Administrative data includes password policies, application definitions, security questions, and other wider-ranging data.
You cannot migrate all data from the Single Sign-on central store to the Self-Service Password Reset central store. This table illustrates the data that can and cannot migrate.
|Cannot migrate||Can migrate|
|Password policies - Not Supported||People folders containing enrollment Data|
|Application templates - Not Supported||Questionnaires used by customers|
|Application definitions - Not Supported|
|User configurations - Created on the Self-Service Password Reset console|
|Application groups - Not Supported|
|Single Sign-on Service data - Created on the Self-Service Password Reset console|
To migrate data from the Single Sign-on central store
Before migrating your data, familiarize yourself with Self-Service Password Reset installation and configuration. For more information, see Install and Configure.
Note: Ensure the data proxy account has full control permission of all the copied files.
You need only two folders/files.
Copy all user's enrollment data:
Use this command:
Robocopy \\SSO-SERVER\citrixsync$\People\ \\SSPR-SVC\citrixsync$\People /e /xd QBA /Log+:copylog.txt /tee
Copy the security questions that are used by customers:
Use this command:
Robocopy \\SSO-SERVER\citrixsync$\CentralStoreRoot\AdminConsole\QuestionBasedAuthentication2\ \\SSPR-SVC\citrixsync$\CentralStoreRoot\AdminConsole\QuestionBasedAuthentication2 /e /Log+:copylog.txt /tee
Now all users can unlock and reset using their Single Sign-on enrollment questions and answers.