Using Foxpass as a MFA Server for AWS Workspaces
Note: Foxpass MFA over RADIUS is part of our Advanced RADIUS add-on feature
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Foxpass can be configured for use as an MFA server for AWS Workspaces. You can read more about the general setup process for enabling MFA in AWS Workspaces here:
After you've configured your Active Directory in AWS Workspaces, go to the RADIUS Clients page in Foxpass and create a new client with an empty hostname/IP address. Then, set TOTP as Password to Yes. This will configure this RADIUS client to check MFA codes instead of passwords during authentication requests.
Next, you'll need to add the Foxpass RADIUS details into the MFA section. In the AWS console, go to Directory Service > Active Directory > Directories. Select the Networking & security tab, and then in the Multi-factor authentication panel at the bottom of the page, select Actions > Edit.
Now, you'll need to enter in the Foxpass specific values for the MFA authentication.
Display label: <Easily identifiable name> RADIUS Server DNS Name or IP Address: <IP address of server included with your Advanced RADIUS add-on> Port: 1812 Shared secret code: <RADIUS client secret from previous step> Confirmed shared secret code: <same as above> Protocol: PAP Sever timeout: 50 Max RADIUS Request Retries: 4
Finally, if you haven't yet, use an appropriate app to scan the QR code on the My Settings page in Foxpass to set up your TOTP MFA. Now, when logging into the Workspace, enter in the code from the app when prompted and you'll be good to go!
Updated about 3 years ago