Add Multifactor Authentication (MFA) support for DirectAccess remote technology
One Time Password access to the DirectAccess user tunnel using MFA
Please provide more details. DirectAccess is an on-premises technology and as such may not fall into Azure Active Directory.
Azure MFA Server works with the Windows Server 2012 R2 Remote Access VPN, using Radius, so I can't see why it can't be enabled to work with DirectAccess - it would make a very simple, seamless user experience for accessing more secure environments. 3 votes from me!
Brendan Holmes commented
+1 Any news on this? Strange that Microsoft's VPN and MFA don't work together. Azure MFA, DA and this request have been around for a long time.
Benoit Sautière commented
Peter Selch Dahl commented
You are correct, but the MFA server component support all other scenarios like Citrix, VPN, UAG, etc. and they are also not related to AAD specifically.
Please see my post on the Azure Advisor Yammer: https://www.yammer.com/azureadvisors/#/Threads/show?threadId=384755940&search=directAccess&page=1&style=brief&search_type=following&search_origin=global&trk_search_uuid=61f479f2-3eaa-11e4-aadb-a4badb47279d&trk_event=search_click&trk_result_index=1&trk_entity_model=Message&trk_entity_id=384755940&trk_search_uuid=61f479f2-3eaa-11e4-aadb-a4badb47279d
Azure MFA comes in an on-premises server version, why shouldn't it work?
Mads Wolffbrandt commented
Fantastic idea! 3 votes...