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DaaS 8 – Adding 2-Factor Authentication

To add a new 2-Factor Authentication connection, go to Settings, then 2-Factor Auth.

Select “New” to create a new 2-factor Authentication connection.


First, configure the Properties section with the appropriate 2-Factor Authentication method.

Second, configure the Primary Server settings. Enter the Host name, Shared Secret, and other server settings. Use the Realm Prefix or Suffix settings to apply prefixes/suffixes to usernames on login (such as domain\username or username@domain).

If necessary, configure the Secondary Server. Otherwise, select “Save” to test the connection.


Once a 2-Factor server has been configured, the following actions can be taken from the 2-Factor Auth screen:


Use these buttons to troubleshoot Multi-Factor Authentication when attempting to re-establish a connection to the server.

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