Account owners and admins on paid accounts can disable the one-time passcode (OTP) security feature, also known as a verification code, for all users on their account. OTP is designed to mitigate account hijackings due to compromised or weak credentials and help keep your account more secure. If OTP is disabled at the account level, users can still enable it for their personal use.
Note: At this time, admins cannot enable or disable OTP for specific users or groups.
The one-time passcode authentication security feature is enabled by default, but admins on paid accounts can disable it for all users on the account.
Learn more about securing your Zoom account.
If your admin has disabled One-Time Passcode Authentication, you can still enable or disable it for yourself at the user level.