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Multi-Factor Authentication - Using MFA
Using Multi-factor Authentication
Remember Me Option
You can choose to reduce the need to MFA if you select the checkbox that says "Remember Me for 30 Days" (or for 10 hours in PeopleSoft applications or 60 days in Office365). This will work if you sign in to the same device and browser regularly. If you use a public device, do not choose this option. Managed computers on campus (including instructor workstations in classrooms) are reset every night, so this option will not work.
Supported Devices and Options
The currently supported devices include iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, other cell phones and landlines, and USB tokens which can be purchased through the Bookstore.
Send Me a Push
Pushes a login request to a user's phone or tablet (if Duo Mobile is installed and activated on an iPhone, Android, or BlackBerry device). Just review the request and tap Approve to log in.
Authenticate via phone callback. The caller will be prompted to press "5" to approve the login.
Enter a Passcode
Log in using a passcode, generated from the Duo Mobile App or a token.
USB Tokens (Security Key)
Authenticates when a user touches the configured USB token. This option requires purchasing a USB token which are available from the NDSU Bookstore. Visit the NDSU Bookstore's website to purchase a token or get more information.
Code Generating Tokens
Device generates code that can be entered when prompted for second factor. This option requires purchasing a token from the NDSU Bookstore and assistance from the IT Help Desk. Visit the NDSU Bookstore's website to purchase a token or get more information.