In this video, IP address ranges are entered to demonstrate how Salesforce logins can be restricted to a network.
- [Instructor] Let's talk about network security.…SalesForce admins can enter a list…of trusted IP address ranges…for a specific security purpose,…and that's to reduce the eventuality…of unauthorized access…to an organization' SalesForce data.…By default, a SalesForce org does not restrict…the locations from which users can log in.…So adding this restriction layer…is something you'll need to know if desired.…So for expanded security you can add a list…of trusted IP addresses for your organization's use.…
These include all the known locations…regularly used for accessing the org's data,…plus when users are in a hotel or remote location,…they can search my IP and Google to find their IP address…and convey their current IP address to the admin…so that that can be entered into the system on the fly.…Setting IP addresses does not prevent access…from an authorized user,…but any user logging in outside of the trusted ranges…are sent an activation code,…and they can access SalesForce…once they enter the activation code…
AuthorChristopher Matthew Spencer
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