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Multi-Factor Authentication
Windows Logon & RDP

Enabling Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for Microsoft Windows logon and Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) adds an extra layer of security, thwarting Password-based attacks, and making it harder for unauthorized users to access your account.

  Support for domain joined and standalone machines

  Secure offline, off-domain Windows Active Directory user logins

  Be Cyber Insurance compliant with our MFA solution

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Windows Multi-Factor Authentication

MFA for Windows and RDP Login

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) for Windows logon and Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a security mechanism that requires multiple forms of verification to access Windows systems and remote desktop sessions. This approach surpasses reliance on a single password, significantly enhancing security. Users must confirm their identity using various factors before gaining access to their workstations or remote servers:

  • Something you know: A password or PIN.
  • Something you have: A physical device like a smartphone, hardware token, or smart card.
  • Something you are: Biometrics such as fingerprints & facial recognition.

miniOrange Windows MFA solution provides secure access to machines and servers for users. It offers Multi-Factor Authentication for RDP, domain, and local Windows Login, bolstering overall data protection and user authentication.

Additionally, miniOrange manages user identities through integration with Microsoft Active Directory or LDAP Directory, simplifying authentication and access control processes. To ensure computer access without the internet, users are prompted to enroll in an offline verification method during the initial setup. This multi-layered security approach ensures that even if one factor, such as a username-password, is compromised, attackers face an additional formidable barrier, making unauthorized access far more challenging compared to conventional username-password combinations.

Features of Windows MFA Solution

Seamless Integration & Modern Authentication

Synchronizes with Active Directory/LDAP for user identity management and enables secure login with various MFA options, with real-time sync of MFA preferences across workstations.

Customizable MFA Policies

Admins can define flexible MFA policies based on user roles, groups, or specific applications, enabling configurable MFA enforcement for different user types, such as prompting MFA for administrators while bypassing it for standard users.

Device-Based & Cross-Domain MFA

Implement single MFA for non-domain joined machines (e.g., a network managed by an organization) with generic usernames, and support cross-domain logins for accounts on any trusted domain (AD or Azure AD) or local Windows accounts.

Offline MFA

Enforce MFA even if the device is disconnected from the internet. Use soft tokens, authenticator apps, and backup codes when the machine is offline.

Enhanced Security Features

Includes risk-based authentication (based on user behavior, location, or device risk), account lockout policies, and detailed audit logs and reporting for improved security and compliance..

Secure Remote Logins & Compatibility

Enforce MFA for RDP sessions or access through RD Web or RD Gateway, and VDI systems (Citrix, Microsoft RDS, VMware Horizon) while ensuring compatibility with various Windows versions (7, 8, 10, 11), supporting both remote desktop and local logins.

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) methods supported by miniOrange

SMS & Phone Callback

Authenticator Apps

miniOrange Authenticator

Email Verification

Hardware Token

Security Questions

SMS & Phone Callback

Receive a text on your mobile with the information required to validate yourself for the second factor.

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Authenticator Apps

Receive a time based OTP token (TOTP) by an external authentication app such as Google/Microsoft authenticator.

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miniOrange Authenticator

Use the miniOrange authenticator to login in the form of a soft token, push notification or a QR code.

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Email Verification

MFA using login links and password keys on your registered email address.

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Hardware Token

Use a physical USB token into your computer, which generated the required information to gain access.

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Security Questions

Answer a few knowledge based security questions which are only known to you to authenticate yourself.

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Simplified setup with on-premise Active Directory

Integrating with Active Directory (AD) or LDAP simplifies the setup process by synchronizing user identities directly from these directories. This means:

Automatic Synchronization

User identities are automatically synced from your existing Microsoft Active Directory or LDAP Directory, ensuring consistent and up-to-date information.

Streamlined User Management

Admins can manage user credentials and access rights centrally within AD or LDAP, reducing the need for duplicate management efforts.

Seamless Authentication

Users can log in using their existing AD or LDAP credentials, making the transition to MFA smoother and more intuitive.

Ease of Deployment

Windows MFA solution can be deployed on all the servers & workstations using group policies.

RD Web Multi-factor Authentication (MFA)

Remote Desktop Web Access (RD Web) Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a security feature that adds an additional layer of verification to the RD Web login process. RD Web is a component of Remote Desktop Services (RDS) in Windows Server that allows users to access remote applications and desktops through a web browser.
miniOrange Radius module integrates with RD Web infrastructure to enable MFA for browser or start menu logins. It also Secures user logons to Microsoft IIS sessions such as OWA and RDWeb.

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Windows RD Web MFA logon

Windows RD Gateway MFA login

MFA for RDP & RD Gateway

miniOrange integrates with Remote Desktop Gateway to enable Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) for RDP logons and Remote App Access logons and secures the critical resources located within the network.

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Windows MFA


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    Proxy Support
    Backup/Restore Configurations
    Force 2FA for all users
    UAC Login
    Remember Username
    Remember Login
    User Onboarding on Login Page
    Password Less

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Linux MFA

miniOrange MFA module can be installed on all Linux server operating systems to enable Multi-factor authentication (MFA) on SSH connection to the servers.

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Enable Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) directly for login on MacOS operating systems without the need for Jamf Connect or JAMF Pro.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which Windows MFA solution is suitable for adoption within my organization?

To bolster the security of Windows machines in your organization, consider implementing miniOrange's Windows Logon MFA solution for local and remote logins. Furthermore, miniOrange provides additional MFA features, such as:
1. Machine-based MFA
2. MFA for Windows User Access Control (UAC)
3. Offline MFA To gain a comprehensive understanding of the capabilities offered by miniOrange's MFA solution.

Which Windows operating systems does miniOrange support for MFA authentication?

miniOrange supports the following Windows operating systems for MFA authentication:

1. Windows Server 2022
2. Windows Server 2019
3. Windows Server 2016
4. Windows Server 2012 R2
5. Windows Server 2012
6. Windows Server 2008 R2
7. Windows Server 2008

1. Windows 11
2. Windows 10
3. Windows 8.1
4. Windows 8
5. Windows 7
6. Windows Vista

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