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Two Factor Authentication (TFA) enables all users in the account to add a one time password option to their login credentials. Logins making use of this feature will require a One-Time Password token app to be installed on their smartphone or tablet.
Two Factor Authentication affects the PCSM/Web Portal only. Access to the agent is by login and password only.
How to configure Two Factor Authentication
Two Factor Authentication must be configured by an Account Admin on their account before enabling it for the rest of the users in the account.
IMPORTANT: Additionally, it is recommended that there are more than one Account Admin user enabled in the account for recovery purposes, in case of a problem authenticating during the initial configuration, or in case of an issue with an authenticating device.
Your users now have the option to enable TFA for their login but following the steps noted above. However, users will require at least Read-only access to the Accounts tab in the PCSM.
How to enable TFA for the Account
Two Factor Authentication can be made mandatory for all users logging into your account.
To do this:
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