Setup MFA policy in Zoho One

Setup MFA policy in Zoho One

If your organization is using Zoho One, an administrator can easily employ Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for all accounts associated with the organization. Besides this, you can also employ MFA for a particular group using security policies.

How can I enforce MFA across my organization?

  1. Login to your Zoho One Administrator account.
  2. Navigate to the Security Policies tab on the left.
  3. Click Default Policy and select the Two-Factor Authentication tab.
  4. Click the slide button to turn on TFA.
  5. Select one or more authentication methods that your organization members can configure.
  6. Click Enforce TFA.

How can I enforce MFA for groups?

  1. Login to your Zoho One Administrator account.
  2. Navigate to the Security Policies tab on the left.
  3. Click Add Security Policy
  4. Enter a name for the policy and add the groups you wish to enforce MFA on. You can also exclude particular users by specifying them in Exclude Users.
  5. The Policy Priority drop down allows you to choose an existing policy above which your new policy will be added.
  6. Click Add.
  7. Click on the newly added security policy and navigate to the Two-Factor Authentication tab.
  8. Use the slide button to turn on TFA.
  9. Select one or more authentication modes the group members can configure.
  10. Click Enforce TFA.

In case you already have a security policy on some groups and want to add more groups to the policy:

  1. Navigate to the groups tab on the left and choose the group.
  2. Go to the security policies tab.
  3. Click Add Policy and choose the desired Policy.

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