User MFA Factor Reset All
Trigger a flow when all of a user's multifactor authentication (MFA) factors are reset.
This event card can be triggered by completing resetting all factors in the Admin Console > Directory > People page or by using an API call. See Reset Factors.
|Date and Time||Date and time that the event was triggered in the Okta API.||String|
|Message||Message details about the event.||String|
|Event ID||Unique identifier of the event.||String|
|Event Type||Type of event that was published.||String|
|Event Time||Timestamp when the notification was delivered to the service.||String|
|Admin||Okta admin who enrolled the user in MFA.||Object|
|ID||ID of the Okta admin who enrolled the user in MFA.||String|
|Alternate ID||Email address of the Okta admin.||String|
|Display Name||Display name of the Okta admin.||String|
|Type||Type of Okta admin who enrolled the user in MFA.||String|
|Okta User||Okta user whose MFA factors were reset.||Object|
|ID||ID of the Okta user.||String|
|Alternate ID||Email address of the Okta user.||String|
|Display Name||Display name of the Okta user.||String|
|UUID||Webhook event's universal unique identifier.||String|
|Event Details||Raw JSON payload returned from the Okta API for this particular event.||Object|
|Headers||Object representing the headers for the response; each key of the header will be parsed into a header string as "key: value" (
|Source||Source of user-specific data.||Object|
|Debug Data||Information on the triggered event used for debugging; for example, returned data can include a URI, an SMS provider, or transaction ID.||Object|
While you can create additional user or group fields for an Okta event, the Okta API only supports four fields for Okta connector event cards: ID, Alternate ID, Display Name, and Type. Values will be returned for these four input fields only. No other fields are supported for users or groups, and data from such fields will not be returned by this event card.
Trigger a flow with the User MFA Factor Reset All event card
To trigger a flow, you must create a test user account in a test or development org and assign a Super Admin role to that user. Do not use your own account to complete the following steps:
Using a test account, in the Admin Console, navigate to Security > Multifactor.
Verify that at least one factor is active. Factors that are already activated are designated as such with green check marks.
In the top right corner of the Admin Console, click the account drop-down then click My settings.
In the Extra Verification section, verify that at least one factor is already set up.
Log out from the Okta test account, and log in to Okta using your personal account.
In the Admin Console, navigate to Directory > People.
In the Search field, search for the name that is associated with the test account, then click the test account's user name.
On the profile page for the test account, on the More Actions drop-down, select Reset Multifactor.
In the confirmation dialog box, click Reset All.
When you have the steps to reset all factors for the test account, any flow using the User MFA Factor Reset All event card will be triggered.