MFA-Duo - First Time Setup for Token/Fob

This document will walk you through the process of setting up Duo Multi-factor Authentication for the first time for use with a token.

Note: This document is only for setup if you're planning to use a token instead of a smartphone/tablet with MFA Duo. If you're planning to use a smartphone/tablet, see MFA-Duo - First Time Setup for Smartphone or Tablet.

Background:

UW-Madison has selected Duo Multi-factor Authentication as our solution for Multi-factor Authentication. In order to utilize Multi-factor authentication, you will need to set it up on a smartphone or tablet.

More on the Duo Multi-factor Authentication Project can be found on the MFA-Duo Authentication Project's website.

First Time Setup Process for Token:

Note: You will need to obtain a token before you can register it. Contact your unit's Implementation Partner to find out how to obtain a token. It is very important that you not press the token button repeatedly prior to registering your token. This may cause the token to become out of sync and you will not be able to register it.
  1. Go to https://go.wisc.edu/token.
  2. Log in with your NetID and password.
    • Note: If you've already registered a device and are using MFA Duo, you'll be prompted to login with your NetID twice, then be prompted for MFA Duo.
  3. You'll see a page similar to this:
  4. Register token
  5. Enter the Token Serial Number in the appropriate field. Be sure to enter the dashes.
  6. Press the Green button on the front of the token and enter the 6-digit passcode.
  7. Click Register Token/Fob.
  8. The token will now be registered with your account. Please note that you will not have to start using the token until you are required to start using MFA Duo.

Note: Once you have registered your MFA device, you may not yet be required to use MFA-Duo. MFA-Duo is being rolled out to Campus in a staged approach. Once you are eligible to start using MFA-Duo, you will be able to proceed with Step 2 of the Self-Enrollment process here:


UW-Madison encourages users to add multiple devices in the event that they lose access to a single device. Instructions for adding devices can be found here:




Keywords:Multifactor Multi Factor Authentication keyfob key ubikey register a token multi-factor enroll start add   Doc ID:86217
Owner:Lisa B.Group:Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
Created:2018-10-03 12:35 CSTUpdated:2018-10-25 12:08 CST
Sites:DoIT Tech Store, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
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