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MFA for Windows Logon and RDP - AD Group Policy

miniOrange's Windows Two-Factor Authentication solution for windows logon prevents these sorts of Password-Based breaches and adds an additional layer of security to your Microsoft Windows account login.
Windows 2FA solution is also responsible for your User Management with a Microsoft Active Directory or an LDAP directory. With this 2FA / MFA solution, users will get easy access to the endpoints they need to access by increasing identity assurance and reducing the risk and exposure.


  • In AD, keep all the computers where you want to push the module and its setting in the same OU and optionally same group
  • Have miniOrange Windows MFA configured on at least 1 machine.
  • Copy moCredentialProvider.msi to a shared folder which is accessible to all computers
  • Download this PowerShell script

Step by step guide to setup Group Policy Object for Windows Logon

1. Create Group Policy Object (GPO)

  • Open the Group Policy Management console.
  • Right click on the Group or OU that contains the computers where the miniOrange 2FA needs to be configured.
  • Select Create a GPO in this domain, and Link it here and Enter the name of the GPO

  • Click on the newly created GPO object and Remove Authenticated Users from Security Filtering. Click Ok on the warning.

  • Click on Add and add the Domain Computers group.

2. Add Software Package to GPO

  • Right click on the GPO and select Edit.
  • Expand the Computer Configuration -> Policies -> Software Settings.
  • Right click on the Software installation and select New → Package.

  • Browse to the shared folder and select moCredentialProvider.msi.

  • Select “Assigned” and then click on Ok.

3. Create Registry Keys XML file for Group Policy Object

  • Open the Registry Editor on the machine where MFA is configured. Press Windows key + R, then type regedit and pressing Enter.
  • Navigate to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\pGina3 key.
  • Right click on pGina3 and select Export

  • Save the file as a .reg file.

  • Download this powershell script which will create the xml file for GPO.
  • Open Windows Powershell in elevated mode and change directory to where the script is located.
  • Run the following command to create xml Reg2GPO.ps1 <reg-path> <xml-path> #replace <reg-path> with full path of exported .reg file # replace <xml-path> with full path of the xml file to be generated #e.g. # Reg2GPO.ps1 "C:\Users\miniOrange\settings.reg" "C:\Users\miniOrange\gpo.xml"

4. Add Registry keys to Group Policy Object

  • Open the Group Policy Management Console.
  • Right-click on the GPO and select Edit.
  • Expand the Computer Configuration → Preferences → Windows Settings → Registry.

  • Copy the xml file generated in previous step and paste it in the empty area of Registry.

  • After pasting, you should be able to see the imported registry keys

  • Close Group Policy Management

5. Test Group Policy Push

  • On one of the computers, open command prompt in elevated mode
  • Run the below command GPUPDATE /force
  • If the command output asks to restart computer, enter Y
  • After the command runs, you can check if the policy ran using below command GPRESULT /SCOPE COMPUTER /V
  • You should see your policy name in applied policies like this:

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