Multi-Factor Authentication Server version fixes an issue on Slave Servers

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Microsoft Azure Multi-Factor Authentication

Roughly 6 months ago, on August 25th 2020, we saw the release of Microsoft Multi-factor Authentication Server (MFA Server) version Now it’s time for an update to Microsoft’s product that allows organization to add multi-factor authentication to RADIUS-, AD FS-, IIS-based and other on-premises authentication scenarios. This week, Microsoft released version

What’s New

The release notes mention one change:

Microsoft fixed an issue with the SMTP password not being stored on Azure Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) Servers running as slave servers.

Known Issues

Windows Authentication for Remote Desktop Services (RDS) is not supported for Windows Server 2012 R2, and up.

Upgrade considerations

You must upgrade MFA Server and Web Service SDK before upgrading the User Portal or AD FS adapter. Read the guidance in the How to Upgrade section in this blogpost for more information.


You can download Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server here.
The download weighs 128 MB.

The SHA-1 hash of the download is:

The SHA-256 hash of the download is: 843E58B3927F61C55CD8AF89B80B64CB52CE9E64AA3FCEBE3931814E80481300

Version information

This is version of Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server.
It was signed off on April 26th, 2021.

Further reading

Ten Things you need to know about Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server 
Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server is here 
HOWTO: Install Azure Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) Server  

Supported Azure MFA Server Deployment Scenarios and their pros and cons 

HOWTO: Uninstall and Remove Azure MFA Server versions 7.x and 8.x Implementations

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