MFA-Duo - What is a passcode and how is it used?

A passcode is a six-digit code that can be used to login to MFA-Duo. A passcode can be generated via the Duo Mobile App or a token/fob.

To login using a passcode from the Duo App on your smartphone/tablet, see MFA-Duo - Obtaining a Passcode from the Duo Mobile App

To login using a passcode from your token/fob see MFA-Duo - How to use a token/fob 

If you have forgotten or lost access to your MFA device, see MFA-Duo - Lost or Forgotten Device / Broken Device - Cannot Login

See accessibility & usability Information 

We work with our users to address access and usability barriers in the MFA user experience. Learn details about known access barriers and workarounds at MFA-Duo - Accessibility & Usability Information. If you encounter a barrier or need assistance, please contact the DoIT Help Desk or call (608) 264-4357.  

If you’d like to share your thoughts regarding the usability or accessibility of the MFA user experience, please use our Feedback Form. We appreciate your feedback.

Keywords:multi-factor authentication bypass temporary   Doc ID:85703
Owner:Kyle A.Group:Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
Created:2018-09-18 13:16 CDTUpdated:2019-08-20 15:16 CDT
Sites:DoIT Help Desk, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
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