This is my company's first venture into the world of Cisco VoIP. In fact, it's our first time using a cloud system. We have a small site using a new Cisco BE4000.
In order to manage this system we need to log into the Cisco Business Edition Selfcare Portal at (https://myphone.cisco.com/). I had the tech set me up with an admin login that is tied to my email address. It uses two factor authentication which required me to download the google authenticator app to my cell.
All good. Until I asked to have another one of my admins set up with an account. I'm told this can't be done, there can only be one admin per system. The fact that it's two factor authentication really leaves me in a bind as I can't simply share (not that I necessarily want to) my password with my other admin.
This seems absurd to me. Anyone else doing something similar?
UPDATE (7/12/18) Cisco finally got their act together and is now allowing multiple admins.