authenticate command authenticates the Boundary command line client using the auth method that you specify.
The following example authenticates the Boundary CLI using a configured OIDC auth method where the auth method ID is
$ boundary authenticate oidc -auth-method-id amoidc_q7jAdI1QgA
Opening returned authentication URL in your browser... Authentication information: Account ID: acctoidc_oztPFBFesH Auth Method ID: amoidc_oHt4HQFCrN Expiration Time: Thu, 13 May 2021 17:01:11 MDT User ID: u_JCRQP3ID7l The token was successfully stored in the chosen keyring and is not displayed here.
Usage: boundary authenticate [sub command] [options] [args] # ... Subcommands: ldap Invoke the ldap auth method to authenticate with Boundary oidc Invoke the OIDC auth method to authenticate with Boundary password Invoke the password auth method to authenticate with Boundary
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