Gmail

How to Setup Multi Factor Authentication for Gmail

Step 1.  Go to https://myaccount.google.com/ and make sure you are signed into Gmail with your ISS Account

Step. 2.  Click Security on the left hand side of the screen, and then click where it says Off beside 2-Factor Verification (Pictured below)

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Step 3. Click Get Started on the next page (pictured below) and it may prompt you to sign in again.  

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Step 4. If you have the Gmail App on your phone that is signed into your ISS Email account, you will see something that says "These devices can get prompts" and you will see something that says your Phone name. (Photo below)  If you use the Gmail App on your phone, please click here for further instructions.  If you are NOT using the Gmail App or you DO NOT WANT to use the Gmail App, Please continue to the next step. (Photo below)

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Step 5. Click Show more options and then click Text message or voice call (Photo below) 

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Step 6. Enter your cell phone number in the field for your phone number.  You can choose whether you want to receive a code via text message, or via phone call and then click Next. (Photo below)

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Step 7.  If you choose text message, Google will text you a Google Verification Code.  You will then enter the code without the G- in front into the text box.   (Photo below)

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Step 8. Click Turn On to confirm that you want to turn on 2-Step Verification. (Photo below)

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Here is a video on the steps to setup Multi Factor Authentication 

 

 

 

Use Gmail App for Multi-factor Authentication

IF YOU DO NOT USE THE GMAIL APP ON YOUR PHONE, PLEASE DO NOT USE THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW, Please CLICK HERE for instructions WITHOUT the App.

Step 1.  Go to https://myaccount.google.com/

Step. 2.  Click Security on the left hand side of the screen, and then click where it says Off beside 2-Factor Verification (Pictured below)

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Step 3. Click Get Started on the next page (pictured below) and it may prompt you to sign in again.  

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Step 4. If you have the Gmail App on your phone that is signed into your ISS Email account, you will see something that says These devices can get prompts and you will see something that says your Phone name. (Photo below)  Make sure your device is there and selected and then click continue.

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Step 5. It will make you enter a phone number, just to be safe.  Please enter your phone number, and then choose either a text message or a phone call to confirm and then press Send.

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Step 6. If you choose text message, Google will text you a Google Verification Code.  You will then enter the code into the text box, without the G- and then click Next

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Step 7.  The next time you sign in, it will prompt you to confirm on your phone.  Make sure to click the check box beside Don't ask again on this device if you would like to stay logged in on this device. (Photo below)

 

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Step 8. When you are on this screen, you will need to open the Gmail App on your phone and confirm whether or not you are the person trying to sign in to the device.  After you choose Yes on your phone, you should then be signed into Gmail on the computer.

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How to Setup GAuth Authenticator with Gmail

Please make sure you have enabled Two Factor Authenticator in Gmail.  If this has not been done, please follow the instructions listed here.

 

Step 1. Please add the Chrome Extension GAuth Authenticator by clicking here and click Add to Chrome. (Pictured Below)

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Step 2.  In the Top Right Hand corner of the screen, choose the extensions icon that looks like a puzzle piece.  After you click on that, then click on the thumbtack beside of GAuth Authenticator to Pin GAuth Authenticator. (Pictured Below)