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The Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) login feature adds an extra layer of security to your account by requiring a second authentication method in addition to your username and password. This article describes how the Super Admin request all the users to set 2FA. For setting 2FA to your account see here.
Who can use this feature?
|Super Admin||Site Manager||Team Admin||Surveyor||Collaborator||Viewer|
|Force Enable 2FA|
Note: Beamo’s SSO and 2FA login methods cannot be applied at the same time.
Setting force enable 2FA login for all users
- Click [Settings] in the header.
- Select Security from the pulldown.
- Select [Two-factor authentication].
- Select [Required for non-SSO members].
- Click [Save].
Continue setting your own 2FA through your profile.
Important notes for force enable 2FA to all users
Note: Once 2FA is force-enabled to all users, all logins will require a 2FA layer. Users who have not enabled 2FA will be guided to set it up for the next login.
Note: Once enabled, individual members will not be able to disable 2FA and the message (shown with read in the image below) will be shown in the Security under the user profile.
Note: Beamo’s SSO and 2FA login methods cannot be applied at the same time. When SSO is configured, all login-related configurations will be managed by the SSO provider. If 2FA is force-enabled for an SSO-configured space, 2FA login will only be applied to external users or non-SSO users who login in with just Email and Password.