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 Two-factor authentication is mandatory to gain shell access to our SSH server styx.lorentz.leidenuniv.nl __unless__ you have set up a public/private key SSH authentication for your account. In this case, your access will continue to be //passwordless//. Two-factor authentication is mandatory to gain shell access to our SSH server styx.lorentz.leidenuniv.nl __unless__ you have set up a public/private key SSH authentication for your account. In this case, your access will continue to be //passwordless//.
  
-If no public/private key authentication is set up for your account, you will have to complete the extra 2FA step to gain access to the system. Should you want to set up public/private key SSH authentication for your account to avoid typing passwords, please see this concise  [[https://www.ssh.com/ssh/keygen/|guide]].+If no public/private key authentication is set up for your account, you will have to complete the extra 2FA step to gain access to the system every SSH session. Should you want to set up public/private key SSH authentication for your account to avoid typing passwords, please see this concise  [[https://www.ssh.com/ssh/keygen/|guide]].
  
 Obtain the One-time Code (OTP) either by using an [[institute_lorentz:2fa-smartphone|OTP app on your smart phone]] or by using an [[institute_lorentz:2fa-pc|OTP program on your personal computer]].  Obtain the One-time Code (OTP) either by using an [[institute_lorentz:2fa-smartphone|OTP app on your smart phone]] or by using an [[institute_lorentz:2fa-pc|OTP program on your personal computer]]. 
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