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Set up a Non-University email address to receive a temporary passcode in the event you forget or can't access your 2FA device. This will prevent a call to the Service Desk.
We recommend you use a smartphone as your primary 2nd factor device. The Duo Mobile app allows you to approve your connections at any time with just a swipe and a click on your smartphone. If you are setting up Duo for the first time, we recommend installing the Duo Mobile app on your mobile device first.
There are two ways to complete the activation of your mobile device with Duo. You may use your phone camera to scan an on-screen barcode, or you can have an activation link emailed to you.
Step by Step guide on how to set your default device and automatic authentication method.
This document will instruct you on adding personal devices and phone numbers to Duo.
Prepare now before you get a new phone number or forget your mobile device! Go to the NetID Center https://identity.uillinois.edu/ Select Log in - Under Recovery Settings select Edit Settings. Add or update the non-university email address in order to get a temporary passcode sent to your email if necessary.
Hardware tokens are small, portable devices that you can use to log into UI Verify, the university's 2-factor authentication system. Most people are able to log into UI Verify using their personal cell phone with either SMS text messaging or via the Duo app. But if you cannot or do not want to use your personal device for 2FA, then a hardware token purchased from WebStore is recommended.
Following these steps, you will be able to enroll in 2FA while away from the campus network. If you are connected to the campus network, the use of recovery options is required.
If you have lost, forgot, or can not access your 2FA device, you can request a temporary passcode. This passcode is good for 3 days and 100 uses. You can request 24 passcodes per calendar year. These can be requested if you are going to a testing center and will not have access to your 2FA device.
Step by Step guide on 2FA (2-factor authentication) self-enrollment.
Getting Started with 2FA Enrollment.
The authentication methods and devices available for 2-factor authentication (2FA).
2-factor authentication (2FA) is an extra layer of security for your sensitive, personal university data.
Step by Step guide on How to Manage your 2FA (2-factor authentication) Devices.
Commonly asked questions regarding 2FA.