Invitation key

An invitation key is a unique key to register for, or connect to an entity, in the ASIC Regulatory Portal.

If someone invites you to connect to an entity, you will receive an email, including the invitation key. You can use the key to either register and connect to an entity, or if you already have an existing portal account, you can log in and use the key to connect to an entity.  

How do I receive an invitation key?

In the ASIC Regulatory Portal, users with Senior administrator or Administrator access level for an entity can invite other users to connect to that entity.

When an administrator invites a user to connect to an entity, the invitee will receive an email that includes an invitation key.

How do I use an invitation key?

You can use an invitation key to register and connect to an entity at the same time, or if you already have an existing ASIC Regulatory Portal account, to simply connect to an entity.

How long do I have to use an invitation key?

An invitation key will expire after 48 hours. If your invitation key has expired, you will need to contact the entity Senior administrator or Administrator and request a new invitation key.

Where is an invitation key sent?

The invitation key will be sent to you via email.

It's important that the person inviting you to connect to an entity provides the correct email address during the invitation process as this is where the email, including the invitation key, is sent.

If you're expecting an email with an invitation key, but haven't received it, please check your email 'trash' or 'junk' folder first. If you're still unable to locate the email, please contact the entity Senior administrator or Administrator and request a new invitation key. 

I'm having issues using an invitation

If you're having issues using an invitation key, visit our portal help page. Here you'll find FAQs, step-by-step user guides and videos to help you.

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Last updated: 26/07/2018 10:28