HYPR Control Center Standard: Control Center Settings
FIDO2 is a set of standards defining the use of mechanisms such as security keys and biometric recognition in multifactor authentication. By default, the only mechanism administrators can choose for logging into the HYPR Control Center is a mobile device. If you would like them to be able to log in with a security key, or through biometric recognition on their computer (Touch ID for Mac or Windows Hello, for example), you must enable FIDO2 authentication for the Control Center.
FIDO2 and HYPR Integrations
Some Integrations may include FIDO2 settings separate from those in HYPR Application settings.
- In the Control Center, click Control Center Settings in the left navigation pane.
- Go to the FIDO2 Settings tab.
- Slide the Enable Fido2 button to the On position.
- Verify the Client Origin URL is correct. This URL is entered automatically as part of the HYPR onboarding setup, so you typically don’t need to edit it.
Keep It Low
The Client Origin URL value must be all lowercase. If users are unable to pair FIDO2-based devices successfully, check this URL does not contain any uppercase characters.
- Click Save.
Users will now have the option to register and use security keys and built-in computer biometric devices.
Updated about 1 month ago