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2018/09/11 02:39:37 (permalink)
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forticlient with microsoft authenticator otp

Good Morning,
If I have an active directory user with microsoft authenticator otp configured, is it possible to login in forticlient using otp?
Thank you in advance.
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    kd007
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    Re: forticlient with microsoft authenticator otp 2018/09/12 09:11:01 (permalink)
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    You are talking about using Microsoft Authenticator to give you the 6-digit 2-factor auth key to login to a VPN using FortiClient, right? If so, no I dont think this is possible. Last time I tried this it let me setup Authenticator with my VPN account but the generated codes were not correct. It is like it uses a similar but slightly-different algorithm that is incompatible with Fortinet's 2FA.
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    Re: forticlient with microsoft authenticator otp 2018/09/21 01:44:20 (permalink)
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    I'm trying to make duo work.
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    Re: forticlient with microsoft authenticator otp 2018/10/15 13:53:05 (permalink)
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    If you figure out how to configure Duo to work with the FortiVPN, please update this thread. I've had no luck getting it to work.
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    Re: forticlient with microsoft authenticator otp 2018/10/15 23:55:55 (permalink)
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    Duo can work with fortigate.
    https://duo.com/docs/fortinet
    Just follow the duo guide, then add the radius group to a sslvpn portal/tunnel.
    Be aware that if you want to limit the traffic of a single user, using duo you can't, but you can limit the traffic of all the duo radius users.
    I would suggest fortitoken if you find yourself with this specific issue.
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    georgijs.netipanovs
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    Re: forticlient with microsoft authenticator otp 2019/09/06 01:03:06 (permalink)
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    Microsoft has Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server which can serve as RADIUS server
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/authentication/howto-mfaserver-dir-radius
     
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