Configuring Multi-Factor authentication (MFA)
Configuring Duo MFA
You will need administrator access to the 7fivefive Lens Portal
You will need administrator access to your Duo account
Creating the Duo application
Before configuring the Lens Portal, we need to create a Duo application. This will provide us with the API credentials we need to connect via the Lens Portal.
Log in to the Duo administrator dashboard
In the left-side menu select
Protect an Applicationbutton
In the search box, enter
Web SDK. On the
Web SDKitem, click the
Make a note of the following details
Scroll down to the
Settingssection. In the
Namefield enter something like
Lens Portal. This can be anything, however, it is recommended to have something that is descriptive so the application is not modified by accident in future.
Depending on your authentication provider (AD, SAML etc) you may want to enable the
Simpleoption in the
Configuring the Lens Portal
Login to the Lens Portal. The user must have the 'Access to Settings' permission for the location where the scheduler will be enabled.
In the left sidebar, open the
Configurationmenu, then select the
Generalgroup, select the
Ensure that the Lens Portal FQDN is correct in the
7fivefive Lens public FQDNfield
Client IDfield, enter the client ID saved from the previous section
Client Secretfield, enter the client secret saved from the previous section
API Hostnamefield, enter the API hostname saved from the previous section
Fail modeselection box, choose how you want the portal to behave if it is unable to contact Duo.
Confirm the connection by scrolling to the Client ID field and clicking the