Enable and disable user accounts. The Users page in Enterprise Center now lets you enable and disable user accounts. Users with accounts disabled by the administrator cannot enroll new devices or authenticate, which effectively blocks them from accessing protected resources until their account is re-enabled. You can only disable or enable user accounts that were provisioned manually.
Direct user enrollment. You can now launch the enrollment procedure for a user from their profile page in Enterprise Center and add an authentication device for them.
Access integration documentation. When setting up your integrations in Enterprise Center, you can now find a link to the Akamai MFA documentation, offering context-specific guidance on how to configure your integration.
The Lockout and Offline Authentication subpolicies are now automatically enabled when the global policy is created. The following lockout values are applied by default:
Max attempts: 3
Lockout duration: Never Unlock
Max days offline: No Limit
Max logins: No Limit
You can adjust these values when configuring your policy. Note that the default values listed above are in effect even if you disable these subpolicies in your global and custom policy.
The exported Authentication Events report now includes the user's browser version.