Flat File Integration + 2048-bit SSH Security
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FLAT-FILE INTEGRATION + 2048-BIT SECURITY
One of the most common ways PlayerLync is able to integrate with other systems is through a flat-file import.
1. CONNECTION COMPONENTS
SFTP access for importing CSV files
Username: XYZ (Is just the XYZ part of your XYZ.playerlync.net. See your PlayerLync CSM or Support if you need help with this)
Password: Customer's PUBLIC SSH key
Files: members.csv , devices.csv, org.csv (sample files: members.csv, Bulk Import Devices_v2.csv ,FFT_OrgImportWChildOrgs.csv )
2. MEMBERS.CSV FILE (SKIP IF NOT IMPORTING MEMBERS)
2a. REQUIRED DATA
Unique Login - (Must be Unique) - This can be an email address but is highly not recommended.
OrganizationName - Used for Member placement in org structure. (Examples: "Denver - 0386" or "HQ")
OrgUniqueID - Used for Member placement in org structure. Note: Must match what was built on the organization. (Example: 0123 or 8712)
Job/Group - Used for group and access assignment
2b. OPTIONAL DATA
Unique EmployeeID (Optional unless used for Employee Login)
Email - Recommended for password reset option
Mobile # - Recommended for password reset option
Address, City, State
Description - Can be used to specify a job title or description
(STEP 3) PUBLIC KEY
Generate a 2048-bit Public/Private SSH key-pairs and send the PUBLIC key to PlayerLync (Note: Do NOT send your private key. Keep this safe and private)
SSH stands for Secure Shell and is a method used to establish a secure connection between two computers.
SSH works by authenticating based on a key pair, with a private key being on a remote server and the corresponding public key on a local machine. When the keys match, access is granted to the remote user.
Options for creating your 2048 bit SSH Key Pairs