Configuration options for Linux and UNIX computers

After you have completed the basic steps to enable multi-factor authentication, you might want to customize the configuration to suit your environment or to address specific scenarios. For example, you might want to enable group policies or set configuration parameters if you want to modify the default multi-factor authentication operations.

For more information on setting group policies for multi-factor authentication, please see the Group Policy Guide. For information on setting configuration parameters, see the Configuration and Tuning Reference Guide.

The next sections discuss the most common customization scenarios.