Under the General tab of Logon Settings, you can configure the following:
Enabling this will display a CAPTCHA image on the login page. End users must enter the characters shown in the CAPTCHA image to log into the M365 Manager Plus. This feature is applicable only for AD login and default help desk technicians.
You can choose to display a CAPTCHA always or only after a certain number of invalid login attempts. You can also enable audio CAPTCHA.
Steps to enable CAPTCHA
Example: Consider the following configurations:
In this example, if a user fails to log in three consecutive times within a 30 minute interval, a CAPTCHA image will be displayed. The user will have to enter the correct credentials, along with the characters shown in the CAPTCHA image, to login to M365 Manager Plus successfully.
After 30 minutes, the product won't ask for a CAPTCHA while logging in.
This option can be used to block users from accessing M365 Manager Plus for a specified time interval after a certain number of failed authentications. This feature is applicable only for AD login and default help desk technicians.
Steps to block user access after too many failed logins:
Example: Consider the following limits:
In the above example, if a user fails to log in three times within a five-minute interval, they will be blocked from logging into M365 Manager Plus for 30 minutes.
If you want to hide the Forgot Password? link on the login page, check the Hide the ‘Forgot Password?’ link in login page box.