MFA caching

If MFA caching is enabled, users can enter their MFA details just once and then, for a certain time, connect to multiple Linux targets without having to authenticate again.

To enable or edit MFA caching:
  1. In DPA, go to Settings. The MFA caching page is displayed.

  2. To enable the feature, click the selector.

  3. To edit the MFA caching time, enter a new time.

  4. Click Apply.

For more information about using this feature, see Connect to a Linux target using MFA caching.