Exchange OWA and Multi-Factor Authentication

This article is now out of date Multi-factor authentication (MFA), that is the need to have a username, password and something else to pass authentication is possible with on-premises servers using a service from Windows Azure and the Multi-Factor Authentication Server (an on-premises piece of software). The Multi-Factor Authentication Server intercepts login request to OWA,… Continue reading Exchange OWA and Multi-Factor Authentication

Windows RRAS VPN and Multi Factor Authentication

This blog post covers the steps to add Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) to Windows RRAS server. Once this is enabled, and you sign in with a user enabled for MFA in Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server (an on-premises server) you are required to answer your phone before you can connect over the VPN. That is, you… Continue reading Windows RRAS VPN and Multi Factor Authentication