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CrashPlan for Enterprise, no.
Code42 for Enterprise, no.
CrashPlan for Small Business, yes.
CrashPlan for Small Business administrators can use User Account Settings to configure two-factor authentication requirements for accessing the Code42 console.
User Account Settings
To access User Account Settings, select Settings > User Account Settings from the navigation menu.
Defines two-factor authentication requirements for accessing the Code42 console.
- Enabled: Requires users signing in to the Code42 console to configure two-factor authentication (Google Authenticator is our recommended application). Users must then provide a one-time authentication code in addition to their CrashPlan for Small Business username and password to access the Code42 console.
- Disabled: Users are only required to provide their CrashPlan for Small Business username and password to access the Code42 console.
- This setting does not apply to the Code42 app
See Two-factor authentication for CrashPlan for Small Business for more details.