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Update Login Settings

Update the default login settings defined on the instance level. It will trigger for all organizations, that don't overwrite the settings. The login policy defines what kind of authentication possibilities the user should have. Generally speaking the behavior of the login and register UI.

Request Body required
    allowUsernamePassword boolean

    defines if a user is allowed to log in with username and password

    allowRegister boolean

    defines if a person is allowed to register a user on this organization

    allowExternalIdp boolean

    defines if a user is allowed to add a defined identity provider. E.g. Google auth

    forceMfa boolean

    defines if a user MUST use a multi-factor to log in

    passwordlessType - PASSWORDLESS_TYPE_ALLOWED: PLANNED: PASSWORDLESS_TYPE_WITH_CERT

    Possible values: [PASSWORDLESS_TYPE_NOT_ALLOWED, PASSWORDLESS_TYPE_ALLOWED]

    Default value: PASSWORDLESS_TYPE_NOT_ALLOWED

    defines if passwordless is allowed for users

    hidePasswordReset boolean

    defines if password reset link should be shown in the login screen

    ignoreUnknownUsernames boolean

    defines if unknown username on login screen directly returns an error or always displays the password screen

    defaultRedirectUri string

    defines where the user will be redirected to if the login is started without app context (e.g. from mail)

    passwordCheckLifetime string
    externalLoginCheckLifetime string
    mfaInitSkipLifetime string
    secondFactorCheckLifetime string
    multiFactorCheckLifetime string
    allowDomainDiscovery boolean

    If set to true, the suffix (@domain.com) of an unknown username input on the login screen will be matched against the org domains and will redirect to the registration of that organization on success.

    disableLoginWithEmail boolean

    defines if the user can additionally (to the login name) be identified by their verified email address

    disableLoginWithPhone boolean

    defines if the user can additionally (to the login name) be identified by their verified phone number

    forceMfaLocalOnly boolean

    if activated, only local authenticated users are forced to use MFA. Authentication through IDPs won't prompt a MFA step in the login.

Responses

default login policy updated


Schema
    details object
    sequence uint64

    on read: the sequence of the last event reduced by the projection

    on manipulation: the timestamp of the event(s) added by the manipulation

    creationDate date-time

    on read: the timestamp of the first event of the object

    on create: the timestamp of the event(s) added by the manipulation

    changeDate date-time

    on read: the timestamp of the last event reduced by the projection

    on manipulation: the

    resourceOwner resource_owner is the organization an object belongs to
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