Verify Your Campus Login with Duo
Message for Staff and Faculty: Add Duo Verification for CampusID Single Sign-On
Beginning Thursday, May 6, staff will be required to use Duo multifactor authentication for all web applications that use CampusID Single Sign-On (SSO). Faculty will be required to use Duo multifactor authentication for SSO beginning near the start of the fall semester. This includes systems such as iCollege, PAWS, Taleo, LinkedIn Learning and others.
To better secure confidential and sensitive data and ensure you are prepared, university staff can add Duo verification for signin to SSO applications now. Log in at webservices.gsu.edu/mfa and click Add Duo Verification to My SSO Signin to activate for your account. FAQs on this Change >
Keep your private and confidential information safe with this additional layer of authentication protection. Duo multifactor authentication adds a second layer of protection to CampusID login to prevent unauthorized access to your account and protect from cyber threats such as identity theft and malicious software. The service uses a mobile device or phone to verify the person logging in to your account is you. It is required to access university email and certain other systems.
Verify Your CampusID Login with Duo
Once you’ve registered a device, you will be prompted to verify your identity using Duo each time you log in to a Duo-protected service.
When you set up a device to log in with Duo, you can pick from these options to verify your log in:
- Push Notification: Recommended. A notification sent to your mobile device or phone using the Duo app (must be installed) for you to approve or deny your log in attempt. This is the recommended option if you have a mobile device or phone on which you can install the Duo mobile app.
- Phone Call: A computer-generated call to your phone that includes a code for you to enter to approve your log in attempt.
- Passcode: A one-time, randomly-generated code located in the Duo app that you can enter to approve your login attempt. You might choose to use this option if you have the Duo App installed on your device but do not have access to a wireless network or cellular network at the time of login.
- Token: A Duo hardware token, which is a small plastic device that can generate a passcode to use with Duo, can be purchased with this form. Yubikeys can be ordered from Amazon or through Panthermart to use with a laptop. Series 5 are the more flexible option. Chrome is the preferred browser to use with this option.
On all campuses, support is available at the campus CATLabs during open hours.
||Getting Started for Students: Associate an Initial Device to Use Duo
Getting Started for Faculty/Staff: Associate an Initial Device to Use Duo
|Log In with Duo:
||How to Log In with Duo||Duo Token and YubiKeys:
||Set Up a Duo Token
Set Up a YubiKey
|Change your Duo Settings:
||Associate a New Device with Duo
Change your Default Duo Log In Method
|Reset Duo Access:
||Restore Duo Log In Access After a Device or App Issue
Use a Passcode to Restore Access
|Buy a New Phone?
||Set Up Duo on a New Mobile Device or Phone
Set Up Duo Restore for iCloud or Google Drive
|Duo with Office 365 Email:
||Installing the Outlook App on Android Devices
Installing Outlook App on Apple iOS Devices