Multi-factor authentication

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is an optional add-on. SnapLogic uses Auth0 to support MFA with a one-time passcode for authenticators that comply with the OAuth 2.0 standard. When users log in with MFA, they will be able to access all environments where they have an account, regardless of whether MFA is enabled for them in all of the environments. After MFA is enabled for a user in any environment, they will not be able to log in without providing the extra factor, regardless of whether the environment is subscribed to MFA or not.

Both Environment admins and users need to configure MFA:

  1. An Environment admin subscribes to MFA, creates or edits the user accounts, and toggles Enable multi-factor authentication. Create a user account describes how to enable MFA in Admin Manager. Creating a user and Updating User Accounts describe how to enable MFA in Classic Manager.
  2. The user creates a password and registers SnapLogic with their authenticator. Set up MFA describes the multi-step process.