Firefox Authentication App

Open the menu in the top right of Firefox and select “Sign in to Sync”. Click “Get started” in the tab that opens. Enter an email address and password to “Create a Firefox Account.” Click “Next” to get a verification sent to your email. To enable two-step authentication, go to your Firefox Accounts preferences and click “Enable” on the “Two-step authentication” panel. Note: If you do not see the Two-step authentication panel, you can manually enable it by following these instructions. Images: Mozilla; Now, use the authentication app that you have downloaded to click the photo of the QR code. If you are not able to scan the code, you can click on ‘Can’t Scan Code’ option. Authy Powered by Twilio. Build 2FA into your applications with Twilio APIs. Learn more about 2FA API Access the Dashboard. Open the Microsoft Authenticator app, select Add account from the Customize and control icon in the upper right, and then select Other account (Google, Facebook, etc.). Use your device's camera to scan the QR code from the Two factor authentication page on your computer.

Possible cause

Firefox will not work correctly with Kerberos authentication if the default browser settings are applied.

Proposed action

To enable the Kerberos authentication on Firefox you must customize the configuration.

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Firefox Authentication App

Do the following:

  1. Open your Firefox browser and enter about:config in the address bar.
  2. In the Filter field, enter negotiate.
  3. Double-click network.negotiate-auth.trusted-uris. This preference lists the trusted sites for Kerberos authentication.
  4. Enter your domain.
  5. Click OK.

The domain that you entered in the network.negotiate-auth.trusted-uris should now appear in Value column.

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Note: If you have not installed the Qlik NPrinting certificates, you should also toggle the network.negotiate-auth.allow-non-fqdn option from false to true.
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