MFA-Duo - What is a token/fob?

A MFA token/fab is a small hardware device that a user possesses to authorize access to a service. It generates a unique six-digit number (also called a passcode) that identifies the user and allows them to access UW–Madison digital assets.

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If you need a MFA token/fob, please contact your implementation partner to find out how to get one. A list of implementation partners can be found here.

Who pays for MFA tokens/fobs?

During the implementation time for the multi-factor authentication project, an initial token/fob will be provided to faculty and staff.  If you lose or break your token/fob, the decision on who will pay for the replacement will be made by your school, college, or department.

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Keywords:key multi-factor authentication key fob keyfob cost price how much   Doc ID:85701
Owner:Kyle A.Group:Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
Created:2018-09-18 13:13 CDTUpdated:2018-09-26 13:29 CDT
Sites:DoIT Help Desk, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
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