Q&A - Frequently asked questions


You may already be familiar with the process of granting selected employees access to public systems such as SKAT and ATP through the business administration for MitID Business.

Nets eID Broker Privilege Management operates similarly as a platform for managing access privileges on behalf of your organization.

In contrast to the business administration for MitID, Nets eID Broker Privilege Management can expand its functionality to include various private services, including insurance companies, pension funds, and selected public services such as foundations and boards. These specific access privileges can be effectively managed through the Nets eID Broker Privilege Management platform.

Through Nets eID Broker Privilege Management, you have the opportunity to search for specific privileges offered by the service provider you are a customer of and allocate the relevant privileges to your employees' MitID Business users.

To verify your business identity and enable your MitID user to become a privilege administrator, the system temporarily needs to know your CPR number.

Your CPR number is not stored in the system.

The first time you, as a Privilege Administrator, log in to Nets eID Broker Privilege Management, there will most likely not be any employees on the list of 'Employees'. This is because the system first needs to "get to know the employees."

The system does this when an employee uses their Business MitID to log in to a service provider using Nets eID Broker Privilege Management for the first time. This means that if an employee has been granted a privilege, for example, to access pension data at a pension company that the employee's organization is a customer of, the employee will subsequently appear on the list of 'Employees' in the Nets eID Broker Privilege Management admin portal as soon as the employee has used their assigned privilege - in other words, logged in with their Business MitID at the pension company.

You need to log in to Business MitID and locate the relevant user. By clicking on the user, an overview of user information is displayed, including the user's UUID.

If the sole privilege administrator is no longer in a position to log in to the Nets eID Broker Privilege Management admin portal and transfer administrator privileges to a new employee -
you will need to contact your service provider, who can assist in deactivating the existing administrator. 

When the administrator is deactivated a new onboarding flow can begin. See more on how to onboard a new privilege administrator here

You can go to MitID Business self-service: https://erhvervsadministration.nemlog-in.dk/

Here, you can find information about 'Using my private MitID,' and thereby determine whether you are using your private MitID for Business.