WHAT IS 2-FACTOR LOGIN?
2-factor login is an extra layer of security you can add to your Delogue PLM account.
By using the 2-factor login you can demand that your Company Users have to type in an extra code when they login.
This extra code the Company Users will get from the Google Authenticator - that they will need to install on their phone. This will be explained here
It is very important to notice that this will NOT work for your suppliers and their users.
- How to set it up
- Admin keeping track of that users have activated 2-factor login
- Remove 2-factor login
- A User gets a new phone - what to do?
Once your company has access to the 2-factor module - your Company Admin can start to set it up for all your Company Users.
This is done in Admin-Company Info - this is done in the Company Users list.
For each of the Company users it is now possible to enable 2-factor login.
Admin just has to click on the "Enable 2-factor" for the User he wants to user 2-factor
Now that Company User will have to use 2-factor login the next time he tries to login to Delogue PLM.
When Admin creates a new user - he has to create the Company User first - when that is done - Admin can set up the 2-factor login if needed. The Company User does not need to have activated his login in order for Company Admin to set up 2-factor login.
By default new Company Users do not have 2-factor login activated - this is something you as Admin has to do.
Admin can in the Admin-Company Info list of Company Users see when a given User has activated the 2-factor login.
Because now the buttons have changed and there are now two buttons.
You can of course remove the 2-factor login functionality again for any of your Company Users.
For the Company User in question - just click on the Disable 2-factor button.
In case that your Company Users get a new phone - you will have to regenerate the QR code for their 2-factor login.
You Company User will have to install the Google Authenticator on his new phone.
Company Admin can now regenerate the QR code for this user - that he can use for his Google Authenticator.