The following steps will help you configure your device for use as a second factor in Watchman Monitoring Two-factor Authentication. Watchman Monitoring uses a time-based one-time password (TOTP).
Authy provides a free app for iOS, Android, and other platforms which allows a phone to serve as a second factor in secure authentication.
Install Authy On Your Mobile Device
Set up Authy with your mobile phone number and E-mail address, and tap "OK" button
Once you have verified your account via a call or SMS (which are free from Authy, though normal data rates would apply) you are ready to add your Watchman Monitoring account.
You may use any E-mail address that you wish; it is not required that you use the same E-mail address that is associated with your Watchman Monitoring account.
Add Your Watchman Monitoring Account
Enable Two-factor Authentication On Your Account
To configure Two-factor Authentication on your account, navigate to https://app.monitoringclient.com/settings/profile/password or
From the Account menu in the upper right corner of the Server Dashboard, select Settings.
Select the Password tab, click on Enable Two-factor Authentication.
If Two-factor Authentication is required company wide, you will see a dialog as above, and you will not be able to navigate away from this area until you have enabled Two-factor Authentication for your account.
This page will display both a QR code and text code for use when setting up Authy or your TOTP-compatible app.
Scan QR Code Or Enter Key
Enter the provided 6-digit code the application generates in the field for Step 3, and click Verify.
One of Authy's many features is an integrated backups. Watchman Monitoring recommends that you enable this feature, and back up your device to your computer.
Two-factor Authentication Emergency Recovery Code
Clicking on the Save your recovery code in a safe place link will show you your Emergency Recovery Code in a slide out.
Two-factor Authentication setup is complete for your account.
Registering a Browser for Access
Learn how to register a web browser for access to prevent you from having to re-authenticate frequently on your own computer.