A device is what is used to access the duo application. The duo app allows you to use a mobile phone or a tablet to access the mobile application to provide two factor push notifications.
The term domain can refer either to a local subnetwork or to descriptors for sites on the Internet (e.g., www.uwstout.edu). On the Internet, a domain is part of every network address, including website addresses, email addresses, and addresses for other Internet protocols.
A domain is a sub network made up of a group of clients and servers under the control of one central security database. Within a domain, users authenticate once to a centralized server known as a domain controller, rather than repeatedly authenticating to individual servers and services. Individual servers and services accept the user based on the approval of the domain controller.
A domain user is one whose username and password are stored on a domain controller rather than the computer the user is logging into. When you log in as a domain user, the computer asks the domain controller what privileges are assigned to you. When the computer receives an appropriate response from the domain controller, it logs you in with the proper permissions and restrictions.
Drupal is the UW-Stout web-management system used by staff and faculty to produce and edit campus web content. For assistance, please contact email@example.com.
UW-Stout has partnered with Duo to provide a service for protecting logins to systems that contain sensitive data. Duo is a mobile application that provides mobile push two factor authentication to allow access to systems that contain sensitive data.
Duo App (2-Step)
Duo Mobile is an application that works with Duo Security's two-factor authentication service to make logins more secure. The application generates passcodes for login and can receive push notifications for easy, one-tap authentication. You can find the application on the Google Play store or Apple App Store.