DotNetNuke Two Factor Authentication (2FA) – Google Authenticator
DotNetNuke (DNN) Two Factor Authentication
provides the ability to add the second layer of authentication on the top of
DotNetNuke default login page. Google Authenticator helps confirm user
identities before providing access to websites based on two factor
authentication (2FA). It adds an extra layer of security when you sign in. Our
DotNetNuke Two Factor Authentication stands effective against cyber attacks,
is also user-friendly. Our DotNetNuke (DNN) Two Factor Authentication Module
provides the 8+ authentication methods including Google Authenticator,
Microsoft Authenticator, OTP over SMS, OTP over Email, Duo Push Notification
and many more.
1. Download & Installation
Download the DotNetNuke Two Factor Authentication (2FA) module from here - [
Now go to Settings >> Extensions >> Install extensions for installing
the miniOrange DotNetNuke Two Factor Authentication module.
Add this module on the page. You can add this module to any page.
Navigate to the module settings.
Find the miniOrange Two Factor Authentication Settings tab where you
can find the all two-factor methods and settings.
NOTE: If you want to configure Google Authenticator, Microsoft
Authenticator and Security Question, in that case no need to create an
account or register in the module.
2. Configure Google Authenticator
Select Google Authenticator as a two factor authentication method.
Select the user role for which you want to enable two factor authentication.
For this setting go to the Advanced Settings section and update the
Try to login using that user role, after username and password
authentication the miniOrange DNN two factor authentication module enforces
the user to configure the 2FA first.
If you’ve not downloaded the google authenticator app then please download
it and scan the QR code from the app.
After scanning the QR, a six digit token will be generated in the google
authenticator app, please enter this code below to validate.
3. Test Google Authentication on DNN Login
Login into your DotNetNuke site and test the Google Authentication method.
After successfully validation of username and password, the user has to
verify the two-factor authentication.
Contact us on
and we'll help you set up DotNetNuke Two Factor Authentication (2FA), for
quick guidance (via email/meeting) on your requirement and our team will
help you to select the best suitable solution/plan as per your requirement.
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