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Duo - Enrollment
Added on Wed, Feb 8, 2017
In order to self-enroll in Duo two factor authentication, you will need to visit Clemson's Duo Device Management Portal at https://2fa.clemson.edu  1. Get Started Click on Get Started.  If you are asked to log in, supply your Clemson username and... Read More
Duo - Reactivation
Added on Wed, Aug 9, 2017
Do you have a new smartphone or device? Did you accidentally delete the Duo Mobile app or reset your phone? With Duo's self-enrollment portal, you can reactivate Duo on your phone with a few steps. If you have a new phone number and your... Read More
Duo FAQ
Added on Wed, Jan 25, 2017
What Two-factor authentication requires something you know (your Clemson password) and something you have (like a mobile phone, landline phone or a smartphone app) as an added layer of security to prevent anyone else from accessing your account. Two... Read More
How to use Duo 2FA for Office
Added on Mon, Aug 13, 2018
What is Duo 2FA? Passwords are essential for security and privacy, but they are often not enough. Two-factor authentication requires something you know (your Clemson password) and something you have (like a mobile phone, landline phone or the Duo... Read More
No Device for Duo? Duo Hardware Tokens and Yubikeys
Added on Mon, Oct 2, 2017
The CCIT Support Center will have Duo D-100 hardware tokens available for $20 plus $1.40 tax. These devices are the preferred alternative to a mobile device or phone because they will work for any situation or application. In the event a student or... Read More
FAQ for Office 365 with Duo 
Added on Thu, Apr 11, 2019
What is Duo 2FA? Passwords are essential for security and privacy, but they are often not enough. Two-factor authentication requires something you know (your Clemson password) and something you have (like a mobile phone, landline phone or the Duo... Read More