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Two-Factor Authentication in Aruba Central
Q:

Does Aruba Central support Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)?



A:

Starting from Aruba Central 2.2.3, Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is supported. 

Central support two-factor authentication of users associated with a customer account. When two-factor authentication is enabled on a user account, the users can sign in to the Central web application or the mobile app, only after providing their password and the six-digit verification code displayed on their trusted devices.

When two-factor authentication is enabled at the customer account level, all the users belonging to the customer account are required to complete the authentication procedure when logging in to Central. If a user account is associated with multiple customer accounts and if two-factor authentication is enabled on one of these accounts, the user must complete the two-factor authentication during the login procedure.

For two-factor authentication, you must install the Google Authenticator app on your devices such as mobile phones.

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