Using RD Gateway with Azure Multi-Factor Authentication

Using RD Gateway with Azure Multi-Factor Authentication

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MVPs Freek Berson and Kristin L. Griffin have posted a new blog article: Step By Step – Using Windows Server 2012 R2 RD Gateway with Azure Multi-Factor Authentication. If you’re looking to use Microsoft Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server to provide two-factor authentication to a Remote Desktop Services deployment, this article is a must-read for both deployment setup and troubleshooting. Check it out at RDSGurus.com.

For additional information about Azure Multi-Factor Authentication, see our MSDN documentation.

Note: Questions and comments are welcome. However, please DO NOT post a request for troubleshooting by using the comment tool at the end of this post. Instead, post a new thread in the RDS & TS forum. Thank you!

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