Securing privileged access

If you have installed Server Suite, you can require multi‑factor authentication when users perform operations with an elevated access right, in addition to requiring multi-factor authentication when users log in. For Linux and UNIX computers, for example, you can also create command rights that require multi-factor authentication when executing commands using elevated privileges (dzdo) or in restricted shell (dzsh) environments. For Windows computers, you can create desktop, application, and network access rights that require two-step authentication to use the elevated privileges associated with the desktop, application, or network access.

Before configuring multi-factor authentication for any type of access right, you need to perform some preliminary steps to prepare your environment.