On November 11th, 2022, Microsoft released version 188.8.131.52 of its Azure MFA Server product that allows organization to add multi-factor authentication to RADIUS-, AD FS-, IIS-based and other on-premises authentication scenarios.
The release notes mention the following changes:
Azure MFA Server 8.1.3 introduces functionality to eliminate downtime when upgrading to version 8.1.x from version 8.0.x and earlier versions.
Display Azure MFA Default method
Azure MFA Server 8.1.3, and up, display the Azure AD MFA (cloud service) default method in the MFA Server Migration Utility.
Multi-language support enhancements
Azure MFA Server 8.1.3 brings fixes to the multi-language support for the MFA Server Migration Utility. Multi-language support for MFA Server Migration Utility was introduced in version 8.1.2.
Windows Authentication for Remote Desktop Services (RDS) is not supported for Windows Server 2012 R2, and up.
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 184.108.40.206 here.
The download weighs 145 MB.
This is version 220.127.116.11 of Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server.
It was signed off on November 11th, 2022.
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