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Enabling two-step verification for all users

February 19, 2024

ID 211403

You can enable two-step verification for all users of Administration Server 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 enable two-step verification for all users:

  1. In the main menu, click the settings icon () next to the name of the required Administration Server.

    The Administration Server properties window opens.

  2. On the Authentication security tab of the properties window, switch the toggle button of the two-step verification for all users option to the enabled position.
  3. If you did not enable two-step verification for your account, the application opens the window for enabling two-step verification for your own account.
    1. In the two-step verification window, click View how to set up two-step verification.
    2. Enter the secret key in the authenticator application manually or click View QR code and scan the QR code by the authenticator application on your mobile device to receive one-time security code.
    3. In the two-step verification window, specify the security code generated by the authenticator application, and then click the Check and apply button.

Two-step verification is enabled for all users. From now on, users of the Administration Server, including the users that were added after enabling two-step verification for all users, have to configure two-step verification for their accounts, except for users that are excluded from two-step verification.

See also:

Scenario: Configuring two-step verification for all users

Enabling two-step verification for your own account

Excluding accounts from two-step verification

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