On the service settings screen, you can set up two-factor authentication services such as group policies, master key settings, and automatic email notifications.
Access the Service Settings screen.
Please configure the following settings according to your security policy.
|Setting items||Setting contents||Default|
|① Cache logon expiration date||The number of days that can be authenticated offline.||Invalid|
|② Screen lock||Lock the screen when YubiKey is unplugged.||Invalid|
|③ Forced YubiKey Logon||Force the user to log on using YubiKey when logging on to a PC.||Invalid|
|④ Authentication failure lock||When a certain number of logon attempts fail, the PC is locked.
It is also possible to unlock the PC after a certain amount of time has passed.
|⑤ Automatic email notification||An email notification will be sent when there is a change in the status of the PC or service settings.||Valid
・The “Default Policy” is applied during the initial registration.
・It is also possible to apply the policy in groups.
For more information, see Group Policy Settings. ・You can also set up a single YubiKey to log on to all PC and any account.
For more information, see Master Key Settings.