MiaRec portal uses a web interface, which can be accessed on any standard browser over your network or over the internet.
Depending on how your admin set up your account, you will use one of the following ways to sign in:
- Sign in with credentials (login and password)
- Sign in with credentials (login and password) and multi-factor authentication
- Single sign-on with a third-party identity provider (SAML 2.0)
Sign in with credentials
Open the MiaRec web portal URL in your web browser (see the Info block below, if you do not know the URL).
What is the URL of the MiaRec web portal?
The MiaRec platform is usually hosted by one of our partners or by your company in your local network.
Contact your system administrator if you do not know the URL.
On the Sign In page, enter your login credentials and click SIGN IN.
Depending on how your admin set up the MiaRec platform, you may have the ability to reset your password when you forgot it. If you do not see the Forgot your password? link, then a password reset is not available in your account.
Sign in with credentials and multi-factor authentication
When multi-factor authentication (MFA) is enabled in your account, you use a combination of your login credentials and a verification code to access the web portal.
What is MFA?
MFA, sometimes referred to as two-factor authentication or 2FA, is a security enhancement that requires you to present two pieces of evidence:
- something you know (login and password)
- something you own (like a phone or access to an email account).
Each time you sign in to your account from a new device, you'll require to enter a one-time verification code that is sent to you via text message (SMS) or email.
Note, that multi-factor authentication is an optional feature and may not be available to you. To enable multi-factor authentication, contact your system administrator.
Single sign-on with a third-party identity provider (SAML 2.0)
If Single Sign-On (SSO) is activated on your account, you will be able to sign in to MiaRec using a third-party identity provider like Google, Azure AD, OneLogin, Okta, Auth0 and other providers who support SAML 2.0.
What is Single Sign-On?
Single sign-on (SSO) is a session and user authentication service that permits a user to use one set of login credentials – for example, a name and password – to access multiple applications.
To enable SAML-based authentication, contact your system administrator.
Open the MiaRec web portal URL in your browser and click Login with ... link to sign in.