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Manage MFA Settings
The following are some additional preferences you can set on the SFU MFA Management App for a better MFA experience:
Step 2. On the device you wish to set as your default MFA device, click the star button.
Note: You can only set one device as a default.
Step 3. You can review the changes upon your next MFA login.
If you have multiple MFA devices, your default MFA device will be on the top and automatically selected for you upon login.
Step 2. On the device or app you wish to rename, select the pencil button.
Step 3. Enter a name for your device or app. Once you are done, select Save.
Step 4. You can review the changes upon your next MFA login.
If you have multiple MFA devices, this will allow you to easily identify your devices.
Have questions? Please see our collection of FAQs.
Need additional assistance?
- Faculty/staff: contact your department’s IT staff or visit ServiceHub to request for help.
- Students: request help at the ServiceHub for general inquiries or the Centre for Accessible Learning (CAL) for inquiries regarding accessibility accommodations for MFA.