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Two-Factor Authentication for Jenkins Plugin adds a layer of security to Jenkins authentication by requiring users to provide a second factor of authentication along with their username and password. It enhances the overall security of your Jenkins environment. Additionally, this plugin does not require you to extend the security realm, making it easier to implement and use.
To integrate your Identity Provider (IDP) with Jenkins, you need the following items:
If you have already configured a SMTP server in your Jenkins, you may proceed to the next step. However, if you haven't done so, then it is essential to complete this step for using OTP over Email authentication method.
Setting up an SMTP server will allow you to send emails for authentication. Follow the step-by-step guide below to set up your SMTP server:
In the 2FA Global Configurations page, you will find the following authentication methods available:
To enable 2FA authentication, proceed as follows:
NOTE: To enable OTP over email authentication, provide a sender email address for sending OTP emails and save the configuration.
Once 2FA authentication methods are enabled, users will be prompted to configure their preferred 2FA method during login. They can configure the methods either during login or by accessing the 2FA Configuration page from their Profile page within the Dashboard.
By completing both of the above steps, your security questions and OTP over email will be successfully set up and saved for future use.
To reset the configured authentication methods, please follow these instructions:
By following these instructions, you will be able to reset and reconfigure the authentication methods through the 2FA Configuration page accessible from your profile dashboard.