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is it possible to allow a user to enroll for both options, or even only one option out of the two available?

I would like to give my users the choice to use either. Some users may not want an authenticator, but other's might do.

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Hello,

Unfortunately, there is no such possibility. Users will have to use all the options configured in the Password Self-Service Policy effective for them. As a solution, you can have multiple policies with only specific options enabled and assign them to users accordingly.

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