Friday, August 21, 2020
These release notes provide information about the One Identity Defender release.
Defender enhances security by using two-factor authentication to authenticate the users who request access to valuable resources within your organization. Defender uses your current identity store within Microsoft® Active Directory® to enable two-factor authentication, taking advantage of its inherent scalability and security, and eliminating the costs and time involved to set up and maintain proprietary databases. Defender’s Web-based administration and user self-service ease the implementation of two-factor authentication for both administrators and users.
Defender 5.11 is a minor release.
See New features.
New features in Defender 5.11
Deprecated features in Defender 5.11
NOTE: If the Defender Soft Token app is already installed in either the BlackBerry or the Windows Phone, the service will continue to work.
However, if you want to continue using BlackBerry or Windows Phone, you can use SMS service to receive tokens.