Kaspersky Security Center

Disabling two-step verification for a user account

July 8, 2024

ID 211381

You can disable two-step verification for your own account, as well as for an account of any other user.

You can disable two-step verification of another user's account if your account has the Modify object ACLs right in the General features: User permissions functional area and if you are authenticated by using two-step verification.

To disable two-step verification for a user account:

  1. In the main menu, go to Users & rolesUsers & groups, and then select the Users tab.
  2. Click the name of the internal user account for whom you want to disable two-step verification. This may be your own account or an account of any other user.
  3. In the user settings window that opens, select the Authentication security tab.
  4. Select the Request only user name and password option if you want to disable two-step verification for a user account.
  5. Click the Save button.

Two-step verification is disabled for the user account.

If you want to restore access for a user that cannot log in to Kaspersky Security Center Web Console by using two-step verification, disable two-step verification for this user account, and then select the Request only user name and password option as described above. After that, log in to Kaspersky Security Center Web Console under the user account for which you disabled two-step verification, and then enable verification again.

See also:

Scenario: Configuring two-step verification for all users

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