How to set Fail Mode in Rublon connectors?

Modified on Mon, 12 Feb 2024 at 09:36 AM

Decide what happens when the Rublon connector fails to perform Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA). 


Refer to the following table of connectors to learn how to set the Fail Mode option in each of them.


Connector / Integration

Name of the option

Comment

Rublon Authentication Proxy integrations

FAIL_MODE

FAIL_MODE is an option in the Servers section in your configuration file in rublonauthproxy/config


“bypass” by default

Rublon Access Gateway integrations

Settings → Rublon → Rublon Two-Factor

“Bypass” by default

Windows Logon / RDP

offlineBypass

To bypass 2FA when Rublon servers are unavailable, set OfflineBypass to 1 in Windows Registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Rublon\WindowsLogon

Remote Desktop Gateway

failMode

failMode is an option in Windows Registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Rublon\RDG

“bypass” by default

RD Web Access

failMode

failMode is an option in Windows Registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Rublon\RDWeb


“bypass” by default

RD web client

failMode

failMode is an option in Windows Registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Rublon\RDWeb


“bypass” by default

Outlook Web App (OWA)

failMode

failMode is an option in Windows Registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Rublon\OWA


“bypass” by default

Linux SSH

failmode

failmode is an option in the configuration file: /etc/rublon.config


“safe” by default (bypasses 2FA)


Set to “secure” to deny access

Jira / Confluence

Connection Issues

Select:

Bypass Rublon 2FA

or

Deny access


Helpful Links

What happens if Rublon servers become unavailable?

How does the Fail Mode in Rublon connectors work?


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