The Adobe Sign "Enforce Identity Authentication" feature is available with the enterprise service plan.
The Enforce identity authentication feature defines the trigger events that prompt a recipient to re-authenticate when interacting with an agreement.
Opening the agreement is the primary authentication trigger.
Other triggers will force authentication when a signature is applied and/or when the signature process is completed.
The triggers enabled encompass all signers included in the agreement (internal and external).
Access to the feature is on the Bio-Pharma Settings page and is available to all customers with an enterprise service plan.
For Enforce identity authentication to work, the signer must be authenticating their identity with either:
The authentication method is defined on the Send Settings page in the Identity Authentication Methods section.
When enabled, Enforced identity authentication requires the signer to authenticate when opening the agreement.
Additional authentication triggers can be configured:
Upon triggering an authentication challenge, the recipient is presented with the authentication UI.
There are two possible options:
Once the signature is applied, the recipient can continue the form filling/signing process.
When Enforce Identity Authentication is enabled, there are three options available that govern when the recipient is challenged to authenticate:
The "Enforce identity authentication" feature can be enabled at the Account level by the Adobe Sign Account Admin.
Group level settings are permitted, and will over-ride the Account level values.
To access the options, navigate to: Account > Account Settings > Bio-Pharma Settings