This article explains how to find out more about setting up multi-factor authentication (MFA) for Salesforce.
From 1 February 2022, all Salesforce users are contractually required to use MFA when accessing Salesforce products, either by logging into the user interface directly or through single sign-on (SSO).
This won't affect any of your Lumary settings. However, it may require you to take some steps to modify the way your users log into Salesforce. Fortunately, there are a number of Salesforce resources that you can check out to find out more about Salesforce MFA and how to set it up:
- How to Roll Out Multi-Factor Authentication
- Meet the Multi-Factor Authentication Assistant
- Salesforce Multi-Factor Authentication FAQ, and
- Your One-Stop Shop for Salesforce Multi-Factor Authentication blog article.
As part of setting up MFA, Salesforce advises customers to create a new permission set. When you do this, it's important that you set the License to None. Choosing other settings may mean that you're unable to assign the new permission set to some of your users.
Find out how to create an MFA permission set.