Applying Multi Factor Authentication to 3rd Party Applications
When you apply MFA to 3rd part applications, the user will have to provide their additional verification before they are logged in to the application.
Configuring MFA on 3rd Party Applications:
- On the Admin portal, navigate to Apps | Applications
- Identify the application you would like to add MFA to and select the pencil icon in the bottom right hand corner
- "Create Access Policy"
- Select the type of MFA you would like to add to the application:
- Stepup authentication: will prompt the user to re-enter their AD password when they access the application
- Second factor authentication: you can select the method of MFA you would like to apply
- "Add Policy"
- Selecting the pencil icon will allow you to change the MFA method
- Save Changes
My1Login supports the following methods of MFA:
- Google Authenticator
- Microsoft Authenticator
- Universal Second Factor Authentication
- Duo Security
Configuring Multi Factor Authentication
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How Multi Factor Authentication Works
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