Configure Drupal Two-factor Authentication ( Microsoft Authenticator )
Setup Microsoft Authenticator with Drupal 2FA ( Two-Factor Authentication ) module.
This guide will help you to configure Microsoft Authenticator as Two Factor Authentication( 2FA ) method for Drupal site.
Drupal Two Factor Authentication - 2FA / Passwordless Login module will add a second layer of authentication to your Drupal account to increase the security of your site
from unwanted hacks and unauthorized login attempts.
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Drupal Two Factor Authentication - 2FA / Passwordless Login module.
Setup Video Microsoft Authenticator QR code login method with Drupal 2FA
You can refer the steps to configure Microsoft Authenticator QR code login method with the Drupal 2FA module from the video or documentation given below:
Steps to configure Microsoft Authenticator login with Drupal Two-Factor Authentication - 2FA / Passwordless Login module:
1. Configure Microsoft Authenticator 2FA method
Register/Login with miniOrange.
Navigate to Setup Two-Factor tab. Select Microsoft Authenticator and click on the Configure link.
Download Microsoft Authenticator app in your mobile.
Scan the QR code in your mobile app.
Enter Passcode from Microsoft Authenticator app and click on Verify and Save button.
You have successfully Configured Microsoft Authenticator 2FA method.
2. Try login using miniOrange 2-Factor module ( Microsoft Authenticator )
Once you complete the Microsoft Authenticator setup, open a new browser/private window, and login into your Drupal site. You will be asked to authenticate your identity using the Microsoft Authenticator login ( 2FA ) method.
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