The Login Portal is the portal that appears when authentication is required to access websites or web applications. Administrators can require authentication to all users and groups that are associated with an identity provider. You can also define the specific users and groups who are allowed to access websites for a specific AUP category.
- Login. If an authentication policy is enabled, this is where users enter their login credentials. A user is presented with the login page when authentication is required or optional. If the authentication mode is optional, a user can choose to skip authentication or see this login page.
- Password. If users are allowed to change their password, this page appears. For more information on password requirements that you can configure for the Login Portal, see Password complexity for Login Portal.
- Settings. If multi-factor authentication is configured, users can define how they want to receive authentication codes. Depending on the IdP configuration, users can select to receive authentication codes by email or SMS. If an administrator sets up or configures these authentication methods, a user can also enter a Duo passcode or enter an time-based one-time password (TOTP) from a mobile device application such as Google Authenticator and Microsoft Authenticator.
- Admin. Allows users to contact their administrators.