With cyberattacks on the rise, having only passwords as a defense mechanism is no longer safe. An additional filter is required to weed out unauthorized users. ADSelfService Plus handles this situation by supporting two-factor authentication (2FA) for all Windows login attempts. Once this feature is enabled, users will be authenticated using their Active Directory domain credentials, and also through any one of the available thirteen authentication methods available in ADSelfService Plus.
Note: ADSelfService Plus allows you to create OU and group-based policies. To create a policy, go to Configuration → Self-Service → Policy Configuration → Add New Policy. Click Select OUs/Groups, and make the selection based on your requirements. You need to select at least one self-service feature. Finally, click Save Policy.
Here's a GIF of how Windows Logon TFA works:
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