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61 Permissions To Allow Non-Root Users To Access IronKey x250 in Red Hat Linux

On RHEL 5.1 we can set up permissions to allow non-root users to access IronKeys. You can follow the steps below manually, or run the script "" in \IronKey Unlocker\linux\nonadmin\RHEL51 which will do it automatically. In /etc/udev/rules.d:…

62 How do I export/import IronKey Identity Manager data in XML format?

You can move IronKey Identity Manager data between IronKey devices that do not share an account via XML export/import. Please note, this requires IronKey software release You will receive a warning when performing an XML or text export to remind…

63 Ironkey Personal S250 / D250 Datasheet

IronKey Personal S250 / D250 Datasheet

64 Features not supported in MAC and Linux Environments

The following applications are available ONLY for Windows operating systems: Onboard Firefox Secure Backup Virtual Keyboard IronKey Identity Manager

65 How to recover device password

If you cannot remember the password to your drive, but did back it up to your Online Account, you can safely recover it. To do so, follow these steps: 1. Insert your Personal device and launch the Unlocker. 2. The password prompt box will appear Click the…

66 How to change online Secret Question and Answer

Log into your drive and click on the Settings button. Click on Account button and then on Manage Account Settings button. This will take you to my.ironkey website. Click on the My Account tab and then on Account Settings. Click on Edit

67 Can you import Identity Manager from a S/D200 device?

Unfortunately no because drives go through a different set up process during initialization. So drives therefore are not linked.

68 Can you bind a S/D200 to a S/D250 account?

No, unfortunately you cannot bind a x200 and a x250 and vice versa to the same online account. Different setup steps.

69 Identity Manager unable to connect when you click on one of your online accounts

This may happen if you have Secure Sessions enabled. On the bottom right hand corner of your browser, look for a dark grey icon with a key and a circle. Click on it so that it says "off".

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