How-to Disable Multifactor Authentication Alerts
There may be situations where you do not want SSH Multifactor Authentication (MFA) alerts triggered on endpoints. If you want to turn off SSH-MFA alerts on endpoints, with the ZeroLock™ Management Console (ZMC) it’s a simple matter of disabling the SSH-MFA Detection Engine in the assigned configuration profile.
- Go to System Configuration | Config Profiles and click on the Endpoints checkbox for the assigned profile. Select EDIT on the far right.
- On selecting edit the full Profile screen appears. Go down to the SSH Multifactor AUTH box and click the green (enabled) checkbox turning it red (disabled).
- Then click the UPDATE button at the bottom and you have successfully disabled Multifactor Authentication Alerts.