How do students use multi-factor authentication (MFA) with DSC accounts?
Answered By: Bill Harrison Last Updated: Jun 29, 2022 Views: 583
Daytona State College has enabled multi-factor authentication (MFA) for student accounts using Microsoft MFA. MFA is required for all student accounts.
Microsoft MFA uses the Microsoft Authenticator smartphone app and/or your mobile phone number. These authentication methods are set up when you enroll in Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) so you must be enrolled in Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) to use Microsoft MFA.
You will be prompted for MFA when you log in to any online service at DSC, such as:
Depending on what you set as your default authentication method when enrolling in SSPR. You will see one of the following screens when logging in.
- If using the Microsoft Authenticator App, you will be prompted to open the app on your phone and accept the login attempt.
- If using your mobile phone number, you will receive a text message with a verification code to provide on this screen.
Please contact the IT Helpdesk at 386.506.3950, Opt #1 if you need further assistance.