Mountaineer Marketplace will stop selling Duo two-factor authentication hardware after Jan. 1, 2019, now that purchases can be made easily through all online and physical WVU Barnes & Noble bookstores.
Of the more than 47,000 devices enrolled in WVU’s program, only 4,200 are display tokens. Most people use them either as a backup or an alternative to the free Duo Mobile smartphone app. You can learn more about two-factor, including how to set up a display token, at twofactor.wvu.edu.
Information Technology Services worked with Procurement, Contracting and Payment Services to set up the Mountaineer Marketplace option before Barnes & Noble was prepared for online sales. Now, however, Barnes & Noble accepts both personal funds and PCards for two-factor hardware purchases.
Just type “Duo security” or “Duo Digipass” in the search box on the store’s website to find the display tokens, regardless of campus.
Please direct questions to ITSHelp@mail.wvu.edu.