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Policies for 2-Factor & IP Whitelisting

Using “Policies”, you are able to additionally secure the workspace or sensitive apps. You can prohibit access from certain IP addresses/areas or restrict access with 2-factor authentication. Later, you can combine any number of policies by assigning multiple policies.

  1. Using the “Management” tab please click Policies.
  2. Next, click on  to create a new policy.
  3. Assign a name to the policy for later recognition.
  4. Choose the “Type” of the policy:
    • Access prohibited
      Access is completely denied.
    • Access limited by two-factor authentication
      Depending on your selection, access is limited using a second factor via “SMS” or “Google Authenticator”.
  5. Use the following section to set the IP ranges for which this policy should apply.
    • Exactly these IP ranges
      Select this option if you want to prohibit or limit access to specific IP ranges.
    • All but these IP ranges
      Select this option if you want to allow access only to certain IP ranges or like to leave it unrestricted.
  6. Use the following section to set the groups to which this rule should apply to.
    • Exactly these groups
      Select this option if you want the policy to be valid for specific groups.
    • All but these groups
      Select this option if you want the policy to be valid for all but specific groups.
  7. Activate your policy!

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