LETU Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is an additional security step that helps protect your LETU account by making it harder for other people to break in. If you're reading this article, you likely either decided to opt-in to LETU MFA for added security or are being asked to as a method for securing a compromised LETU account. Once MFA has been activated on your LETU account you cannot sign in until you have completed the auto-enrollment process.
Follow the guide here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sqrj_x_Oves
When LETU configures your account to start using two-step verification, you'll see the screen below:
To get started, select Set it up now.
Follow the steps below to complete configuring your account with MFA.
Select "Edit Security Info" under the Manage Account section.
The next page that loads will show you all of your current active security methods. If you haven't configured MFA yet then you'll need to click "Add Security Info."
The first question in the enrollment process is how you want us to contact you. Take a look at the options in the table, and use the links to go to the setup steps for each method.
LETU strongly recommends the use of the Mobile app as the primary MFA method for all users with a mobile or phone text as a backup.
- Receive notifications for verification. This option pushes a notification to the Microsoft authenticator app on your smartphone or tablet. View the notification and, if it is legitimate, select Authenticate in the app. Your work or school may require that you enter a PIN before you authenticate.
|Mobile phone call or text||- Phone call places an automated voice call to the phone number you provide. Answer the call and press # in the phone keypad to authenticate.|
- Text message ends a text message containing a verification code. Following the prompt in the text, either reply to the text message or enter the verification code provided into the sign-in interface.
|Office Phone Call||This method is not currently available for LETU MFA and should not be chosen.|