Disabling multi-factor authentication for your login

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If your accountant has made multi-factor authentication optional (rather than required), you can disable it for your own login.

  1. Navigate to the NetClient CS login screen and enter your login credentials.
  2. Click your name near the upper-right corner of the screen and choose Manage Multi-factor Authentication.
  3. Click the Remove link to remove a multi-factor authentication method.

    Note: If multi-factor authentication is required for your login and you remove your only authentication method, you will need to add a new method or use temporary login codes to access your account.

  4. Click Enter.

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