When a user sets up two-factor authentication in Mail Assure, there is no recovery code given after finishing setup. When logging into Mail Assure, there is no prompt for a recovery code, and nowhere to put in a recovery code in case a user encounters issues with 2FA. After a user sets up 2FA for their login, they have a button which provides them with Backup Codes in case they encounter issues with 2FA (this provides ...more »
We'd like to request the ability to set a trusted device against N-central so that the user doesn't need to use a two-factor auth code for a period of time (say, two weeks or so)
Right now I have to type out my full active directory domain name to log into N-Central to log in with my AD account. This is really annoying. Allow selection of a default domain so that if just a user name is entered, it assumes it's in AD, and if not it looks at local users. If only one AD domain is integrated, then make an assumption that it should be the default domain. OR Have a drop down box for domain selection. ...more »
It would be nice if there were an option to have the verification code text to my phone number rather than sent to a smartphone app. Having to open my phone and then the app is slightly clumsy. I'd rather MSP 2fa work similar to Google App and Office 365 2fa, with a simple text msg.
Please add a setting which allows you to set the desired session timeout value. For instance, it would be great to be allowed to be logged in for one working day even if you don't click around every two minutes. This is the same request that's was made for the MSP Service Desk. As the administrator of the portal I would like to have control over the log out time. I assume the risk if I change away from the default setting. ...more »
I think that would be a good addition to extend the use of the two factor authentication for windows logins as well not only for remote login.
While it's good that you offer two factor authentication, it would also be useful if you would include the origination IP address (and any other info) in the Audit Report - User Login Failed.
With more end users being granted access to the dashboard, it would be a significant security enhancement to be able to restrict a user/group/client login to an IPaddress/range/geographic location (GeoIP restrictions).
It would also significantly enhance security by allowing technicians to log in from our office or their home but not other IP addresses..
Before introducing the SSO for LogicNow Services via navigatorlogin.com it was possible to login to wallchart by opening https://dashboardgermany1.systemmonitor.eu.com/ui_wallchart.php?username=XXXXXXXXX&password=XXXXXXXXXXX
This feature ist important for unattended displays, showing the wallchart only. Please bring this feature back - there are three empty wallchart-displays in our company right now.
Make Failed Login Check, confugurable so you can exclude Event ID's you don't want this check to check for.
wenn nicht die ersten Anmeldeversuche sondern die meisten angezeigt werden und wenn man evtl alle sich auswerten lassen kann auf Abruf
Whenever we have cleared our cookies and cache, we need to login again to logicCARDS (every morning actually). My question is this: Because you have used a shade of grey (no pun intended), that is so near white, it can be very difficult to see where to actually enter your credentials and PW. Would it be possible to make the areas of entry a darker colour, so that we don't have to use extra time on something like this? ...more »