This allows end users to log on to the End User Console with their user name and password of the local managed accounts.
Two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of security to the end user accounts.
After enforcing two-factor authentication, end user accounts must provide the following authentication credentials each time they log on to the End User Console:
Local account and password
A one-time password generated by the Google Authenticator app
Aliases synchronized from directories: If you select this option, the logon users will have all the aliases synchronized from LDAP directories as their managed accounts.
Manually added accounts: If you select this option, the logon users will have all the accounts they added manually as their managed accounts.