[Samba] 2FA for AD-users

Kees van Vloten keesvanvloten at gmail.com
Fri Dec 2 15:32:22 UTC 2022

On 02-12-2022 16:26, Stefan Kania via samba wrote:
> Am 02.12.22 um 13:59 schrieb Stefan Kania via samba:
>> Am 02.12.22 um 13:17 schrieb Kees van Vloten via samba:
>>> On 02-12-2022 13:12, Stefan Kania via samba wrote:
>>>> Hello everybody,
>>>> I'm looking for a solution to use 2FA on a user login on a Windows 
>>>> client.
>>>> What I want:
>>>> Every time an AD-user is login on a windows system he must not only 
>>>> give his password but also a second factor. The second factor 
>>>> should be timebased. The way to generate the second factor can be 
>>>> the googleauthenticator via a smartphone app or any USB-device that 
>>>> can create a second factor.
>>>> I found an article in samba-wiki but it's with win7. Is there any 
>>>> solution?
>>>> There are some third party tools for a Windows-AD to realize 2FA 
>>>> for AD-users. Is there maybe a way to use this tools together with 
>>>> a Samba-AD. I know those tool are not Opensource and I have to pay 
>>>> for it, but this doesn't matters.
>>>> So any solution is welcome :-)
>>> Have a look at Privacyidea.
>>> I use it for MFA web- and openvpn-login against Samba but it has a 
>>> plugin for MFA windows login as well.
>>> - Kees
>> Thank's Kees,
>> I looked at it, but I think you can generate a 2FA for users located 
>> in an AD to authenticate against web-application, but I can't find 
>> any hint on how to set up the Windows-authentcation. I don't need a 
>> new login-screen for Windows (what some commercial tools have) I 
>> could do the 2FA like it's possible with OpenLDAP give the username 
>> and then the password2fs combination. Protecting a web-application is 
>> no problem the problem is always the userlogin to the workstation 
>> :-(. But that's what I'm looking for.
> I found it :-) but up to now it only shows how it works with an 
> Microsoft-AD. I contacted a company which provides solutions for 
> PrivacyIDEA if it would work with Samba-AD. Let's wait and see ;-)
You could also try the forum: https://community.privacyidea.org

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