How To Reset Your Security Token In Salesforce

Amit Arora
Jan 29, 2018 · 2 min read
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When you access Salesforce from an IP address that’s outside your company’s trusted IP range using a desktop client or the API, you need a security token to login. A security token is also required when using data loader to import/export data.

A security token is a case-sensitive alphanumeric code that you append to your password or enter in a separate field in a client application.

Steps to reset your security token 👇

Step 1 — Your Name > Your Profile

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Step 2— Click on My Settings

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Step 3— Click on the + > Personal

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Step 4— Click on Reset Security Token

Step 5— Click on the blue button “Reset Security Token”

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Enjoy!

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