How to setup Role based 2FA for Drupal

How to setup Role based 2FA for Drupal


Configure Two factor authentication for only a specific set of Roles. With the Role Based 2FA feature, you can enable 2FA for only a select few roles, and allow the rest to login using just their credentials. This can come in handy when you have to force authenticate the site admin accounts - who have complete access of the website - while logging in to prevent unwanted access in case of leaked credentials. And should you face any issues with the module or need any assistance in configuring the module, just drop us an email at drupalsupport@xecurify.com, and we'll help you out.


Pre-requisite: Download and Installation 


  • For Window:
    composer require drupal/miniorange_2fa
  • For Linux:
    composer require 'drupal/miniorange_2fa'
  • Go to Extend menu on your Drupal admin console and enable the module by checking the checkbox and click on Install button.
  • Configure the module at
    {BaseURL}/admin/config/people/miniorange_2fa/customer_setup
  • Download the module:
    drush dl miniorange_2fa
  • Install the module:
    drush en miniorange_2fa
  • Clear the cache:
     drush cr
  • Configure the module at
    {BaseURL}/admin/config/people/miniorange_2fa/customer_setup
  • Navigate to Extend menu on your Drupal admin console and click on Install new module.
  • Install the Drupal Two Factor Authentication / Passwordless login module either by downloading the zip or from the URL of the package (tar/zip).
  • Click on Enable newly added modules.
  • Enable this module by checking the checkbox and click on Install button.
  • Configure the module at
    {BaseURL}/admin/config/people/miniorange_2fa/customer_setup

Setup Role based 2FA

  • Register/Login with miniOrange.
  • Drupal 2FA registration
  • Navigate to Login Settings tab.
  • Under the 2FA MODULE SETTINGS make sure you have enabled the Enable Two-Factor module and Invoke Inline Registration to setup 2nd factor for users checkbox.
  • Drupal 2FA login settings
  • Under the same tab (Login Settings) Scroll down to the ROLE BASED 2FA section and enable the role based 2FA option then you can choose a specific roles for which you want to enable two factor authentication.
  • Click on the Save Settings button.
  • Drupal 2FA enable Rolebased 2fa
  • Now, open a new browser/private window and go to your Drupal site login page.
  • Login as the User, who has the particular Role assigned to him, for which you have enabled Role Based 2FA.
  • Drupal 2FA login
  • Enter the OTP and click on the Verify button.
  • Drupal 2FA enter OTP
  • You have successfully logged in to your Drupal site using the Role based 2FA feature.

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