You can choose the type of Authentication for Guest Users. Standard verification for guests is their e-mail address and password. Two-step verification provides additional security by requiring guests to enter a verification code. When two-step verification is enabled, on guest's second and subsequent logins, in addition to entering their e-mail address and password, the guest must enter a verification code to log in.
 
See Guest Spaces for more information. 
 
Enabling 2-Step Verification Authentication for Guests

This section explains how to enable 2-step verification authentication to enhance authentication for guests.

2-step verification authentication is an authentication method that requires users to enter not only their e-mail address and password but also a unique verification code for every login. A verification code is valid only for one-time use and cannot be used for subsequent logins. This prevents unauthorized logins, even when a password is leaked to others. Guests receive their verification code at the e-mail address specified for their login.


Authentication Setting and Login Requirements
Authentication Setting Login requirements
2-step verification is disabled Enter e-mail address and password
2-step verification is enabled Enter e-mail address, password, and verification code that is sent to the e-mail address
  • The password policy that is configured in System Administration is applied to guests’ passwords.
  • For details on how to configure the password policy, see the following page: Login & Password Security Settings
How to Enable/Disable Two-Step Verification
  1. From the Gear wheel gear_wheel.PNG select Kintone Administration
  2. Under Guests, click Guest Authentication
  3. Check or uncheck the box for 2-step verification.
  4. Click Save.

 

Related Topics:
Guest Management
Guest Login
Guest Spaces

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