Microsoft Azure Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) helps safeguard access to data and applications while maintaining simplicity for users. It provides additional security by requiring a second form of authentication and delivers strong authentication via a range of easy to use authentication methods, hardware tokens being one of them.
This post is to further clarify the compability aspects of our tokens and Azure MFA. There are 2 flavors of Azure MFA - cloud and on-premises. According to Microsoft only on-premises version of Azure MFA supports hardware tokens.
This is something we have to politely correct. With our offerings, you can have hardware tokens with both cloud and on-premises Azure MFA - you just have to choose the correct model. So, here is the summary to choose the correct model for your needs:
|Feature||MFA in the cloud||MFA Server|
|Classic hardware token support||●|
|Programmable hardware token support||●||●|
31-01-2019Yet another review of OATH hardware tokens feature in Azure Cloud MFA
22-01-2019Programmable TOTP token in a key fob form-factor
12-01-2019TOKEN2 NFC Burner Windows application
07-01-2019Introducing world's first programmable TOTP tokens with time sync
03-12-2018Token2 TOTP Toolset
14-11-2018New product: OTPC-N1 - OTP Display card
30-10-2018New product: Token2 TC201 hardware token
26-10-2018Token2 C101 token WebUntis compatibility
23-10-2018Microsoft Azure Cloud MFA OATH hardware tokens support (public preview)
27-09-2018Which Token2 hardware token is right for my Azure MFA?
25-09-2018Enable hardware token based two factor authentication for Meraki Dashboard account
23-09-2018Enable hardware token based two factor authentication for your Stripe account