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Update authentication policy members in bulk (csv)


I'm trying to move users from the "Applies to all users" authentication policy to another one (linked to Okta).

To do so, I export members in a CSV file (using the GUI) from the "Applies to all users" authentication policy, update a couple of fields (Policy type, Single sign-on, Single sign-on configuration, ...) and then save the data to a new CSV file. The delimiter is unchanged (comma) and data are not double-quoted.

Then I import this CSV to the Okta authentication policy (using the GUI -> Add members -> Bulk entry -> Select CSV file).

I've got a popup saying:
"Unable to read email addresses.
We can't recognize one or more email addresses.
Make sure to enter the correct email addresses and try again."

Is this a syntax issue or characters problem, please ?

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try having the hyperlink in the email 



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