#1MinuteTip #SalesforceSpring23 As of February 1, 2022, users are contractually required to use multi-factor authentication (MFA) when they access Salesforce orgs, either through direct logins with a username and password or single sign-on (SSO) logins.
To help customers meet this requirement, Salesforce is automatically enabling MFA for direct logins. This action will occur in phases throughout 2023, starting with Spring ’23. Eventually Salesforce will enforce MFA by making it a permanent part of the Salesforce login process. To avoid disruptions to your users when these milestones occur, enable MFA as soon as possible.
Product Area: Salesforce Overall -> General Enhancements
References & Useful URLs
- For Related Spring ’23 Release Note Article – Click here
- Blog Post: Step by Step Guide to Enable Multi-Factor Authentication in Salesforce
- 1 Minute Tip Post: Users Exempted from Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) in Salesforce
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