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Enabling Multi-Factor Authentication for On-Premises Applications and Windows Server

Published: May 20, 2013

Updated: November 18, 2014

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The following topics will provide administrators with guidance on how to secure their on-premise resources and Active Directory using Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server. By enabling Multi-Factor Authentication for your on-premise resources such as IIS and Active Directory using the Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server, the Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server allows the administrator to integrate with IIS authentication to secure Microsoft IIS web applications, RADIUS authentication, LDAP authentication, and Windows authentication.

For a video on this topic, see the Enabling Multi-Factor Authentication for On-Premises Applications Video on Channel 9.

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