You can now manage all passkeys across your tenant in one central location. For example, quickly identify how many passkeys a user has and which ones are stale (not authenticated in 60+ days).
- Quickly identify when a user last authenticated in the last 30 days, 30-60 days, or more than 60 days. You can also customize the authentication date range to search for passkey activity based on what you deem stale or inactive.
- Filter the list of passkeys by platform to see how many macOS, iOS, Windows, Linux, Android, or web endpoints are associated with passkeys in your tenant.
- Quickly identify passkeys associated with devices with serial numbers using the "Known Devices" filter.
- Filter your passkey list based on its activity status (stale, active, never authenticated).
- Check to see if any passkeys are on jailbroken or rooted devices.
- In a future release, you'll be able to revoke passkeys in bulk and export them to CSV.
Android users of the Beyond Identity Platform Authenticator are now required to "Allow Notifications" on their Android devices.
Users can now use the Beyond Identity Windows Desktop Login with Microsoft Windows Roaming Profile. For installation instructions and supported configurations, see the implementation guide.
Users must now specify a Tenant ID with Beyond Identity Active Directory Connector. An Active Directory Admin typically performs this action.
When logged into a remote system through Windows Remote Desktop and the session locks, the user can now provide their Beyond Identity Windows Desktop Login PIN to unlock the system.