Note: This integration does not support the use of Push. You will need to use OTP.
Setting up MFA for RADIUS is a requirement for this integration. Please see this article for more information.
Configuring RRAS to support RADIUS Authentication
- Go to the Start Menu and click on Administration Tools.
- Go to Routing & Remote Access (RRAS)
- Highlight the RRAS Server and right click > Properties.
- Go to the Security tab; change the Authentication Provider to RADIUS Authentication.
- Click on the ‘Authentication Methods’ button below and ensure MS-CHAP v2 is the only one checked.
- Click on Configuration button to configure the RADIUS Server options.
- Click Add to enter the IP address and port of the RADIUS Agent; this will be the server RADIUS authentication requests are sent to.
- Reset RRAS to accept the new configuration. To do this, follow these instructions:
Open a Command Prompt by clicking Start > Run and then typing cmd.
Type net stop remoteaccess
After it completes, type net start remoteaccess
Note: Be sure you have the IP of the RRAS Server added into the RADIUS Config.