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we are considering adding Single Sign On (SSO) support via OAuth in Intella Connect soon.

As a side effect of being able to log in into SSO provider who has two factor authentication provided, would that satisfy your need? Or would you prefer to have stand alone two factor authentication in Intella Connect due to not using SSO?

For example, provided that Intella Connect would have SSO support, you could configure Google as your SSO provider. Since Google has two factor authentication already provided in their systems, you could then log in into your Google account, via email and password. Google will then ask you to provide code as part of two factor authentication. After successfully logging in into Google, you could navigate to Intella Connect without having to log in, because you already logged in into Google and your credentials were carried over via SSO.

Would that work for you?

Additionally, if you would be interested in SSO, could you please take a look into topic:


and let us know what you think?

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