Google Parallels

Usually, MFA solutions combine two of the following factors:. Information only the user knows (typically a username and a password). An item only the user possesses (such as a one-time passcode). A physical distinguisher inherent to the user (often a biometric feature). MFA mechanisms not only make it unlikely that an intruder can achieve unauthorized access to your systems, but they can also block a large percentage of attacks aiming to compromise accounts. Google Authenticator is a security application that allows organizations to enable MFA to prompt users for additional information apart from just their usernames and passwords when accessing certain enterprise services. Google Authenticator is based on a time-based one-time password (TOTP) which is a six-digit passcode that changes every 30 seconds. When it is enabled, in addition to their usernames and passwords, users attempting to authenticate are asked to introduce a one-time passcode, which is shown instantaneously by the Google Authenticator app already installed on their mobile devices. Learn how to use Google Authenticator with Parallels RAS by watching the video and reading the step-by-step guide below it. This section explains how to use Google Authenticator as a second-level authentication solution in Parallels RAS.
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