npatel
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Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for FBA sites

Hello,

 

Has anybody tried implementing Multi-Factor Authentication on FBA site.

FBA site will have users maintained in DB & not in AD. K2's sign-in page is being used for FBA sing-in.

 

How to implement, with which service I should intergrate, where do I need to make changes.

Any idea, suggestion is highly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Nirav

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ElvisJacob
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Re: Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for FBA sites

Hi Npatel

 

Please see the links below on how  to  implementing Multi-Factor Authentication on FBA site

 

https://www.theverge.com/2017/6/17/15772142/how-to-set-up-two-factor-authentication

 

http://techgenix.com/multifactor-authentication-office-365/

 

Should you find the information from the article useful or leading you to the answer please mark as "Solution and/or Kudo", as it will assist other k2 developers with relevant information in the near future.

 

Best Regards

Elvis

 

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Widson
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Re: Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for FBA sites

Hi  @npatel;


 


Please drill into this doc regarding the issue stated(http://help.k2.com/onlinehelp/K2blackpearl/ICG/4.7/default.htm#Configure/SF/K2MultiAuthIntroduction....)


 


and (http://help.k2.com/onlinehelp/k2blackpearl/icg/4.6.5/webframe.html#Configuring_the_LDAP_User_Manager...)


 


however I would suggest you to engage with your local Remote Services team, as they would be able to walk you through the setup of the authentication.


 


Regards;


Widson.

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