Adding a Device to Your Duo Account

Important:  UIS highly recommends that you add multiple devices (at least a secondary device) to your Georgetown Duo account. By having more than one device registered, you will still be able to log in to your applications (by switching to that device during the Duo authentication process), even if you forget, damage, or lose the device, such as your mobile phone, you use regularly to authenticate. You can register a mobile phone, tablet, and even the phone of a trusted friend. (A trusted friend is a person you can reach out to if you ever need help getting into your Georgetown account [e.g., you forget your mobile device and can’t get into your Georgetown Google Apps account]. NoteThe trusted friend must also be enrolled in Georgetown Duo before you can add that person’s device.) 

Note:  You must first be enrolled in Georgetown Duo before you can add a device. Also, make sure you’ve installed the Duo Mobile app on your device. 

Click here if you need to replace an existing device that you’ve previously registered with a new device

  1. Go to any Georgetown Web page (on which the standard Georgetown login prompt appears), such as Georgetown Google Apps, or GU Box, and then enter your NetID and password. The Duo screen will be displayed.
  2. In the Duo screen, click on Settings, and then click on Add a new device. (Note:  Contact the Service Center by going to help.georgetown.edu if you don’t have access to any other devices you’ve already enrolled.) 
    Select 'Add a new device' from Duo Settings menu
  3. You’ll first need to authenticate in Duo in order to add your device, so select an authentication device and an authentication method (e.g., via your mobile device), and then complete the authentication.

    You might need to scroll down to view all of the options. (Note: On your device, you might be prompted to approve the authentication twice.)
    Scroll down Duo screen to display 'push' option Click 'Send Me a Push'
         

    You might need to scroll down to view all of the options. (Note: On your device, you might be prompted to approve the authentication twice.)

  4. In the following screen, select Mobile phone and then click Continue
    Select 'Mobile phone' and then click 'Continue'
  5. In the next screen, enter in the text box the phone number of the device you want to register for Georgetown Duo, click the check box next to You entered ___. Is this the correct number?, and then click Continue. (A check mark will appear next to the phone number if you entered the number in the correct format.)
    Enter phone number of device being added Confirm number is correct and then click 'Continue'
  6. In the next screen, select the type of device you’re registering, and then click Continue. (Note: “iPhone” is selected in the example below.)
    Select phone type and then click 'Continue'
  7. In the next screen, click I have Duo Mobile installed. (You might need to scroll down the screen to display this button.)
    'Install Duo' screen Click 'I have Duo Mobile'

    The following screen will be displayed:
    Duo QR code to be scanned
  8. Follow the steps on the Duo screen. (You must already have installed the Duo Mobile app before you can perform this step.) Scan the bar code by holding your device up to the code (as if you were taking a picture of it) close enough so that your device’s camera can scan it.
  9. If Duo scanned the bar code successfully, you’ll see a check mark displayed on the bar code, as shown below. Click Continue. (You may need to scroll down to see the Continue button.)
    Check mark showing the Duo bar code was scanned successfully Click 'Continue'
  10. In the next screen, you’ll see your new device listed as now registered in Duo. (In the example below, the device named “iOS” has been registered.) Scroll down to the bottom of the screen and then click Continue to Login.
    New Duo device listed Click 'Continue to Login'

You’ve now successfully added your device to your Georgetown Duo account. The Duo authentication screen is displayed, and you can now authenticate to your application using Duo.  
Duo screen showing authentication options