Configuration Options

The Identity Portal offers an easy-to-use interface for users to modify their integrations. Whether they are adjusting an existing one or creating a new one, the portal allows them to change settings with just a few clicks. The following sections determine how the action behaves and appears when the customer communicates, as shown in the Verified MFA Flow section of the sequence diagram. It's important to note that these configuration options don't control how the action works.

Below is a screenshot of what users see when creating a new Auth0 integration through the Identity Portal:

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Name

FieldDescription
DescriptionDisplay name for integration
RequiredFalse
Defaultnull
Effect on behaviorNone. For internal use.

Enabled

FieldDescription
DescriptionEnables or disables the action
RequiredFalse
Defaulttrue
Effect on behaviorDisabling can cause application failure during step-up as seen below.

Disabled

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Allow biometry self-enrollment

FieldDescription
DescriptionAllows a user to enroll their biometrics immediately upon application enrollment
RequiredFalse
Defaulttrue
Effect on behaviorDisabling produces an error when attempting to step up without an existing biometric credential as seen below. This is preferred for customers who establish a reference biometric credential through other means. Enabling will allow users to use Verified to capture their biometric credentials during their first step-up authentication activity.

Disabled, and the user has no biometric credential:

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Self-enrollment flow

FieldDescription
DescriptionTransport type for selfie transactions.
RequiredTrue
DefaultInline
Effect on behaviorChanges user interaction when enrolling to Auth0 application as seen below.

Inline

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Email

The email address can be set up to pass through the organization's mail server, indicating to customers that the request comes from the user.

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FieldDescription
DescriptionTransport type for verification transactions.
RequiredTrue
DefaultInline
Effect on behaviorChanges user interaction when performing protected activities as seen below.

Inline:

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Email:

The email address can be set up to pass through the organization's mail server, indicating to customers that the request comes from the user.

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