Account owners and administrators can require a user of their account to use multifactor authentication (MFA). Owners and admins can also universally block the ability for MFA users to save trusted devices or set the number of days of inactivity from a user's account after which they must enter a new authentication code.
Require MFA for a user
- Sign in to integrator.io as an account owner or an administrator.
- In the bottom right corner click Account > Users.
- The Users tab opens.
- In the Require MFA? column, use the switch to require MFA for the user.
The next time the user attempts to access your account, they must configure their MFA settings before signing in.
Switching between accounts with varying MFA settings
Consider the following while switching between accounts with varying MFA settings:
- If you are already in an account that doesn't require MFA and then you switch to an account that requires MFA, you will be prompted to configure your MFA settings or enter the authentication code from your authentication device.
- If you switch from one account to another account that allows trusted devices, and you're using a trusted device that you've recently used MFA to confirm your identity to access that environment, you will not be prompted to enter an authentication code.
- If you switch from one account to another account that doesn't allow trusted devices, you will be prompted to enter an authentication code.