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Microsoft Azure Multi-Factor Authentication


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Passwordstate can work with Azure MFA, using our One Time Passwords authentication option.  Here's how to set this up:

 

Step 1:

Take note of your emergency password under Administration -> Emergency Access.  If you make a mistake during this process, you can reverse out the changes using this password.  This video shows how to use the Emergency Password:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yP0riGN5Ek4

 

 

Step 2:

Under Administration -> System Settings -> Authentication Options, choose either Manual AD and One Time Password, or just One Time Password.  Save this once you have confirmed your choice. 

 

If One Time Password is greyed out, you should consider turning off Anonymous Authentication in IIS.  This forum post explains how to modify IIS to do this": https://www.clickstudios.com.au/community/index.php?/topic/2565-enabling-single-sign-on-into-passwordstate/

 

 

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Step 3:

Download and install the Microsoft Authenticator App in your phone from the App Store

 

Step 4:

Browse to your Passwordstate website, and on the login screen you should be presented with a QR Code.  Scan this into your phone and you should have a functioning One Time Password code you can use to log into Passwordstate

 

We hope this helps and please let us know if you have any questions about this.

 

Regards,

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