As part of your enrolment with us, you will need to complete something called Multi Factor Authentication, known as MFA.
Once you have registered with this service, you will receive a text with a secure code to enable you to log in to use the UEL online services. This keeps your account safe and secure. You only need to register once and you will need your username (for example MSmith) and password to hand.
You can choose to use the text message service or download an authentication app.
When you visit a UEL service, such as the intranet, or Moodle for the first time, you will be asked to follow this process:
When you sign in to a UEL service for the first time, suchas Track My Future, you will be asked to login with your username and password:
Enter your details and click “Sign In”
Next, you will be asked for “More information”
Click “Next” to proceed
You will now be offered a number of choices to set up as your Multifactor Authentication (MFA) method. The best choice is the Microsoft Authenticator App
However, in this example, we’ll click “I want to set up a different method” to configure a phone for SMS Text messages
From the drop-down list, choose “Phone” and click “Confirm”
You will shortly receive a six digit code by SMS text message. Enter the code in the box provided, then click “Next”
If you have entered the correct code, your phone has been verified. Click “Next”
You have now set up one method of MFA. Click Done to finish and proceed with the login process.