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I would like to know if there is a possiblity to enable Two step verification with Google Authenticator when user tries to log-in? Or, do you suggest any other way how to achieve the same thing?
This should be what you you need: docs.microsoft.com/.../set-authentication-identity
To clarify, scroll down to the two-factor authentication area.
Hi Miha Mocnik,
I dont think its possible to use Google Authenticator but you can use CRM Portal inbuilt two-factor authentication. This will send two-factor code to a contact email.
Enable two-factor authentication
The two-factor authentication feature increases user account security by requiring proof of ownership of a confirmed email in addition to the standard local or external account sign-in. A user trying to sign in to an account that has two-factor authentication enabled is sent a security code to the confirmed email associated with their account. The security code must be submitted to complete the sign-in process. A user can choose to remember the browser that successfully passed the verification, so that the security code will not be required for subsequent sign-ins from the same browser. Each user account enables this feature individually and requires a confirmed email.
Related Site Settings:
Related Process: Send email two-factor code to a contact
or you can enable with in contacts
Could you please mention the steps to reach the web authentication page of contact to enable Two Factor authentication that you have shown in the attached image of your answer?
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