MFA with Microsoft ADFS
Multi-Factor for Microsoft Web Applications
Multi-factor authentication for Microsoft Web Applications
ActiveDirectory Federation Services (ADFS) is the new way for implementing Web-based authentication and Single-Sign-On (SSO) functionalities in Microsoft environments.
Current versions of Exchange and Sharepoint portals can use ADFS natively provided that an ADFS instance is running on the network.
Unlike Kerberos SSO, ADFS is for Web access and it supports federating your corporate services, Cloud applications and Office 365.
Enhance your ADFS Infrastructure
RCDEVS SUPPORTS ALL FEDERATION THROUGH MICROSOFT ADFS SOLUTION
RCDevs provides an OpenOTP Authentication Provider (AP) for ADFS. OpenOTP AP is a component that integrates OpenOTP One-Time Password (OTP) and FIDO2 authentication into all your ADFS-enabled applications, whether web-based or thick clients (as in Outlook or Teams for example).
Our Authentication Provider works with all authentication methods supported by the OpenOTP Server.
Mixed OTP & FIDO2 Login
OpenOTP for ADFS supports both OTP (with all OpenOTP one-time-password methods) and FIDO2 signed authentication. Provided that your users are enabled with either OTP Tokens, YubiKey, SMS or FIDO2 devices, the ADFS authentication process proposes user logon with any of the supported authentication method. RCDevs is currently the only solution which provides mixed OTP and FIDO2 for ADFS.
Integrates with any ADFS-enabled application
Supports ActiveDirectory User Principal Names (UPN)
Supports LDAP, OTP and LDAP+OTP login modes
Supports thick clients like Outlook or Teams through Modern Authentication
Supports any OpenOTP method (Tokens, Yubikey, SMSOTP, MailOTP)
Supports both challenged OTP and concatenated passwords
Supports FIDO2 signed authentication
All Federation through Microsoft ADFS Solution
Outlook Web Access and Sharepoint
IIS Web Applications
Other SAML-Enabled Applications
Choose the method that best suits you