This article provides answers to your frequently asked question associated with your Druva account.
I have received an email notification prompting 'Administrators with Druva Inc Domain Detected' What should I do?
You may receive this automated email notification when our security systems identify an administrator account with the Druva Inc domain registered within your organization.
To ensure that only the intended and authorized administrators from your organization can access the Druva Cloud Platform Console, our security systems continuously check if any administrator is registered within your organization with the Druva Inc domain (example: email@example.com).
What should I do in such scenarios?
As a next step, you may review the list of identified administrators and delete them yourselves.
What happens if I do not take any action?
These administrator accounts will be automatically deleted at the end of the 12th day from the date and time of detection of such administrator accounts.
For any assistance from Druva that may require a Druva administrator account, you may create a Druva administrator by acknowledging the Liability Agreement at the time of administrator account creation. These administrator accounts shall then be automatically deleted at the end of the seventh day from the date and time of detection of such administrator accounts.
To view the account deletion schedule, see the Administrator details page.
Administrators fail to receive email notifications from Druva
To receive emails from Druva, ensure that the following domains are not blocked by the IT policy in your organization.
Also, check if the emails are getting delivered in the Spam folder. Ensure you do not block or mark the aforelisted domains as Spam.
What are Backup Codes and when should I use them?
Multifactor Authentication (MFA) Backup Codes are a set of One Time Password (OTP) that are sent to every administrator when MFA is activated for your organization. The email is sent with the following subject Multifactor authentication activation: One Time Backup Codes.
At every login attempt, a time-bound OTP is sent to the administrator's registered email address. If the administrators are experiencing issues with receiving the OTP emails from Druva at the time of login, they can use any of the Backup Codes. The Backup Codes serve as a substitute for the OTP. A Backup Code once utilized cannot be reused.
It is recommended that you resolve the issues associated with the non-receipt of emails from Druva.