Queries multi-factor authentication (MFA) devices.

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Request parameters

Parameter Type Required Example Description
Action String Yes ListVirtualMFADevices

The operation that you want to perform. Set the value to ListVirtualMFADevices.

Marker String No EXAMPLE

The marker. If part of a previous response is truncated, you can use this parameter to obtain the truncated part.

MaxItems Integer No 100

The number of entries to return. If a response is truncated because it reaches the value of MaxItems, the value of IsTruncated will be true.

Valid values: 1 to 100. Default value: 100.

Response parameters

Parameter Type Example Description
IsTruncated Boolean true

Indicates whether the response is truncated. Valid values:

  • true
  • false
Marker String EXAMPLE

The marker. This parameter is returned only if the value of IsTruncated is true. If the parameter is returned, you can call this operation again and set this parameter to obtain the truncated part.

RequestId String 32272612-DF82-485E-8BA9-AFA4E0C3D0BA

The ID of the request.

VirtualMFADevices Array of VirtualMFADevice

The information of the MFA device.

VirtualMFADevice
ActivateDate String 2020-10-16T06:02:09Z

The time when the MFA device was activated.

SerialNumber String acs:ram::177242285274****:mfa/test

The serial number of the MFA device.

User Struct

The information of the RAM user that has an MFA device bound.

DisplayName String test

The display name of the RAM user.

UserId String 20732900249392****

The ID of the RAM user.

UserPrincipalName String test@177242285274****.onaliyun.com

The logon name of the RAM user.

Examples

Sample requests

https://[Endpoint]/?Action=ListVirtualMFADevices
&Marker=EXAMPLE
&<Common request parameters>

Sample success responses

XML format

<ListVirtualMFADevicesResponse>
      <VirtualMFADevices>
            <VirtualMFADevice>
                  <User></User>
                  <SerialNumber>acs:ram::177242285274****:mfa/dev-01</SerialNumber>
            </VirtualMFADevice>
            <VirtualMFADevice>
                  <User>
                        <UserId>20732900249392****</UserId>
                        <DisplayName>test</DisplayName>
                        <UserPrincipalName>test@177242285274****.onaliyun.com</UserPrincipalName>
                  </User>
                  <SerialNumber>acs:ram::177242285274****:mfa/test</SerialNumber>
                  <ActivateDate>2020-10-16T06:02:09Z</ActivateDate>
            </VirtualMFADevice>
      </VirtualMFADevices>
      <RequestId>32272612-DF82-485E-8BA9-AFA4E0C3D0BA</RequestId>
      <IsTruncated>true</IsTruncated>
      <Marker>EXAMPLE</Marker>
</ListVirtualMFADevicesResponse>

JSON format

{
  "VirtualMFADevices": {
    "VirtualMFADevice": [
      {
        "User": {},
        "SerialNumber": "acs:ram::177242285274****:mfa/dev-01"
      },
      {
        "User": {
          "UserId": "20732900249392****",
          "DisplayName": "test",
          "UserPrincipalName": "test@177242285274****.onaliyun.com"
        },
        "SerialNumber": "acs:ram::177242285274****:mfa/test",
        "ActivateDate": "2020-10-16T06:02:09Z"
      }
    ]
  },
  "RequestId": "32272612-DF82-485E-8BA9-AFA4E0C3D0BA",
  "IsTruncated": true,
  "Marker": "EXAMPLE"
}

Error codes

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