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Set a threshold value for unsuccessful login attempts

You can define the maximum number of unsuccessful login attempts a user is allowed to make, after which the target account gets automatically locked. This is termed as Account Lockout Threshold in Sectona. It guards against unauthorized access. Once a user gets locked, only the global administrator or his equivalent can unlock them.


  1. Login to the system and select Platform Configuration from the product navigator.
  2. Under the Authentication section → Sectona Authentication.
  3. Under the 'Sectona Authentication & Lockout Policy' section, define the Account Lockout Threshold in terms of attempts.

  4. Click on Save.

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