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Start here to learn about multi-factor authentication (MFA) at UFV.
New UFV Employees and Students will be prompted complete this combined registration, which offers two benefits: SSPR (self service password reset), and MFA (multi factor authentication).
Learn how multi factor authentication (MFA) works to secure your UFV account.
Students and employees are required to use multi-factor authentication (MFA) to verify their identity when signing in to UFV services - either with a phone or security key. If you don't have access to your MFA method (e.g. lost phone, traveling), we can generate a temporary access pass for you to use instead. A temporary access pass is a temporary passcode that lets you verify your identity when signing in, instead of your usual MFA method.
A security key is a device that plugs into a USB port on your computer, and can be used to verify multi factor authentication (MFA) or for passwordless sign in. Use this option if you do not have a mobile device or do not want to use your mobile device.
The Microsoft Authenticator app helps you sign in to your accounts when you're using multi-factor authentication (MFA). The Authenticator App works without cell service, and it's free on iOS and Android.
How to check fi you are registered for MFA, and what to do if you lose access to your MFA verification methods (e.g., lost phone).
How to setup and access the new Remote Desktop Gateway using the Microsoft Authenticator App as additional verification.