How can an Organisation Administrator control and push users to enable 2FA?

How can an Organisation Administrator control and push users to enable 2FA?

ApprovalMax supports 2FA enforcing.

On the Users page, ApprovalMax displays whether or not a user has enabled 2FA. This allows the Administrator/Account Owner to enforce the users to set it up if it is mandatory as per their company rules.

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