Duo For Mac Os X
Duo Authentication for macOS versions 1.1.0 and earlier are not compatible with macOS 12.3. If you use or plan to use Duo Authentication for macOS you must upgrade to version 1.1.1 or later before updating to macOS 12.3.
Duo For Mac Os X
Connectivity Requirements This application communicates with Duo's service on TCP port 443. Firewall configurations that restrict outbound access to Duo's service with rules using destination IP addresses or IP address ranges aren't recommended, since these may change over time to maintain our service's high availability. If your organization requires IP-based rules, please review this Duo KB article.
Upgrading macOS versions may disable Duo's Mac Logon package. You can restore Duo after updating your operating system with the MacLogon-Restore-2.0.0.pkg package included in the Duo for macOS 2.0.0 zip file.
Before installing Duo for macOS, ensure any other login mechanisms present on your Mac client support Swift 5. Installing Duo for macOS without first verifying that any other installed auth plugins support Swift 5 may prevent user logins.
Click Protect an Application and locate the entry for macOS in the applications list. Click Protect to the far-right to configure the application and get your integration key, secret key, and API hostname. You'll need this information to complete your setup. See Protecting Applications for more information about protecting applications in Duo and additional application options.
If you're not ready to enforce Duo authentication for all users of this system yet, configure the New User Policy for your macOS application to "Allow Access". This only prompts users enrolled in Duo for 2FA approval, and lets users not yet enrolled in Duo log on to the system without seeing the Duo prompt.
If you'd like to enable offline access with Duo MFA you can do that now in the "Offline Access Settings" section of the Duo application page, or return to the Admin Panel later to configure offline access after first verifying logon success with two-factor authentication.
Download and uncompress the Duo macOS plugin installer package and scripts zip archive. This zip file contains the configuration script for the Duo installer package (configure_maclogon.sh) and the Duo plugin installer and uninstaller .pkg package files.
Ensure your Mac system's time is correct. You can set your Mac to obtain the correct time automatically. Open "System Preferences" and then click "Date & Time". On the "Date & Time" tab, check the box next to "Set date and time automatically" and pick a time server for your region from the drop-down list. Click save when done.
Specify true to allow user logon without completing two-factor authentication if the Duo Security cloud service is unreachable or false to prevent user logon when Duo is unreachable. Defaults to false.
Specify true to permit smart card logon as an alternative to Duo authentication after successful submission of primary credential. If a PIV card reader with the smart card of the authenticating user is attached to the system then the Duo Prompt is not shown. Specify false to disable smart card logon and require Duo 2FA. Defaults to false. Do not enable this for Duo versions prior to 2.0.0.
Specify true to automatically send a Duo Push or phone call authentication request after primary credential validation or false to let the user initiate Duo authentication via interactive factor selection.
The configuration script creates a new deployment package with the values you specify. For example, this command configures the Duo for macOS installation package located in the same directory as the configuration script, with fail open enabled, smart card login disabled, and automatic push enabled, and then creates the deploy package MacLogon-2.0.0.pkg:
If you want to verify the Duo MacLogon application settings you can view the /private/var/root/Library/Preferences/com.duosecurity.maclogon.plist file. This file is read-only and viewable by administrators.
Enable or disable two-factor authentication for a user when they log in with a smart card post-installation with the following syntax, specifying true to skip 2FA after smart card for primary credentials or false to require 2FA after smart card login:
Return to your "macOS" application page in the Duo Admin Panel. You may have given the Duo macOS application a different name when you created it, but the "Type" will always be shown as "macOS" on the Applications page.
Check the Only allow offline login from users in certain groups to specify a group or groups of Duo users permitted to use offline access. Users who are not members of the groups you select here won't be able to enroll in offline access or login in with MFA when the macOS system is unable to contact Duo.
The only available authenticator for macOS offline access is Duo Mobile passcodes generated by the Duo Mobile application for iOS or Android. Enable the available offline authentication method in the Offline authentication methods setting. You may not save the offline settings without the available authenticator option checked.
Note that changes to the offline access settings apply at the next online authentication per user on systems with multiple users. For example, if a given Mac system has two users enrolled in offline access and you change the maximum number of offline logins while that system is offline, when one user performs a subsequent online authentication your setting change will become effective only for that user, not for both users of that system. The second user must also complete an online authentication to receive the updated configuration.
No information about logins using offline access is reported in Duo Admin Panel authentication reports while the macOS system is offline. At the next online authentication, login events that occurred while the system was offline are sent to Duo's service. These events show up in the Authentication Log with other user access results, and show the offline authentication method used.
If you'd like to remove Duo authentication for macOS from your system, double-click the MacLogon-Uninstaller-2.0.0.pkg package included in the Duo MacLogin zip file and follow the installer prompts.
You may need to increase the local logging level when troubleshooting issues with Duo. To change the logging level run the following command as an administrator, specifying the -integer value as 0 for informational, 1 for debug, or 2 for trace:
Whether you want to stay in touch with friends, family, and loved ones or hold work meetings remotely, messenger apps are your lifesaver. You can even make regular voice calls through messengers using data or WiFi.
Google Duo is a voice and video calling app from the tech giant Google. It enables you to chat with everyone on your contact list who has Google Duo (and you can invite the rest), create group chats, and even send written, voice, or video notes to your Google Duo contacts.
The button right next to it to the right is for flipping your camera from front facing to back and vice versa. So if you want to show the people you are talking with your view or anything in front of you, you can do that easily without having to log out.
Click the first of the three icons at the bottom center of the Unite app-generation tool to automatically add your new app to the Menu bar. Here is what a Unite-generated Google Duo app for Mac looks like in the Menu bar:
Staying in touch with your loved ones, friends, and family, as well as connecting with people for work, members of your community, and educational classes is more important than ever. It is also easier than ever with the endless list of apps available for this purpose.
And, finally, to save some of the highlights of your conversations or educational meets, ask permission of all the participants and record your screen with CleanShot X. This screenshot and screen recording app for Mac allows you to create both videos and GIFs. You can pick the right format for your recording without having to look for a converter elsewhere.
Hi I have Macbook Early/Mid 2007 and I'm currently running OS X 10.6.8 on this I have updated the ram from 1 gb to 4 gb and I do plan on making the hard drive 256gb so is there anyways that I can get this computer to boot OS X 10.7 in order to run Serato dj
If the Macbook is either the Mid 2007 generation (May-November 2007/MacBook2,1/EMC 2139/2.0 or 2.16GHz Core 2 Duo/Intel GMA950) or the Late 2006 generation (November 2006-May 2007/MacBook2,1/EMC 2121/1.83 or 2.0GHz Core 2 Duo/Intel GMA950), then you may install 4GB of RAM, but the machine will only speak to 3GB of it. This is a limitation of Intel's supporting chipset. Later generations have a later chipset that's crippled in the same way; you can install 8GB, but the machine will only see 6GB. If you're buying RAM for one of these machines, don't buy 2x4GB; buy 4GB+2GB instead. For the 3GB systems, 2GB sticks are cheap enough that it doesn't matter.
All MacBook generations after the original MacBook1,1 Core Duo 1.83-2GHz one will run OS X 10.7 (the original MacBook will only run 10.6.8). The three generations shipping in 2007 top out at OS X 10.7.5. The only A1181 MacBooks that will run 10.8 or later are the Early and Mid 2009.
Installing 10.7 will be trickier, because you'll have to install 10.6.8 first. 10.6.8 is the first OS that gives you access to Apple's online App Store, which is where you get every version of the OS from 10.7 onward. 10.6 installer DVDs are readily available from the usual sources (eBay, craigslist, whatever your regular methods of finding software installers watch me while I don't say "torrents"). Once you've installed some version of 10.6, use System Preferences>Software Updates to update to 10.6.8. The 10.6.8 installer will install the App Store update, which should give you the option of updating to the most current OS your computer will take - in your case, 10.7.5.
OSX Lion/10.7 was originally US$29.95 when it was released, but that was over five years ago. Since all OSes since 2013 have been completely free, I suspect Apple won't try to charge you for the old OS, since that's the newest one your system will run. Oh, and remember that the OS download is about 6GB, so you want to be using the fastest Internet connection you can find. In the US, I often go to the Apple Store near my house to do the downloads; the WiFi is free, and it saves me some download time.