This feature requires an Advanced Data Sources.
The two-factor authentication provides unambiguous identification of users by means of combination of two different components. These components may be something the user knows or something the user possess.
The use of two-factor authentication is used to prove one's identity is based on the premises that an unauthorized actor is unlikely to be able to supply both factors required for access. If in an authentication attempt at least one of the components is missing or supplied incorrectly, the user's identity is not established with sufficient certainty and access to the asset being protected by the two-factor authentication will remain blocked.
1. When creating your data source you can choose the Two factor option. To modify the option, click on the None hyperlink.
SQL Server - Two factor option
2. In the next window click on Change.
2-Factor Configuration - Change
3. Choose the type of 2-Factor Configuration you wish to use from our supported providers.
2-Factor Configuration type
4. Once you have selected your 2FA click on Save to start the configuration.
2-Factor Configuration - Save