Two-factor authentication requires users to provide two proofs of their identity when logging in, which increases security for U-M web-based resources. The two proofs of identity used for two-factor authentication at the university are your UMICH password and an MToken. An MToken can be a physical device or a software application on your mobile device or computer. To learn more, see About Two-Factor Authentication and the MToken.
Obtaining, Activating and Using an MToken
Step-by-step instructions for getting your MToken (hardware or software), activating it, and using it, as well as setting up questions to allow you to request an emergency access code in case you forget your MToken.
MToken Help Desks and Distribution Centers
Locations where you can get a hardware MToken or speak with an MToken administrator in person.
The MToken Service Center website is only accessible from a U-M network. If you are connecting from a non-university network, turn on the appropriate Virtual Private Network (VPN) for your campus. See Use a Secure Internet Connection for details.
To return an MToken, see Return or Delete Your Unneeded MToken in Obtaining, Activating, and Using an MToken (S4394).
To replace an MToken, see Replace Your MToken in Obtaining, Activating, and Using an MToken (S4394).
Answers to common questions about two-factor authentication and using an MToken.
MToken Security Best Practices
Tips for using your MToken securely.
Information and resources for MToken Administrators.
Installing the RSA Authentication Agent
Resources for installing the RSA Authentication Agent to use MTokens on departmental systems.
Configuring Multifactor Authentication at U-M
Guidance for configuring the university's two-factor solution with web servers, applications, and operating systems.