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Fido 2 Multifactor Authentication on Windows 10 Pro and Office 365

Dear Ladies and Gentlemans

I have testet a lot of things and can't get rid of the issue.

In the first phase our user accounts weren't synchronized with the azure Ad. (now they are, thanks to Microsoft)

In the second Phase our Servers didn't get the right infrastructure, so we changed all devices to Server 2022 and to Domainlevel Server 2016 because its a requirement.

In the Azure AD i have also joined computers but i cannot find any Grouppolicy on my Server like her described:

https://admx.help/?Category=Windows_10_2016&Policy=Microsoft.Policies.CredentialProviders::AllowSecurityKeySignIn&Language=de-de. So its actually not possible to allow the devices to login with security stick.

What i want to do: I want to have an SSO for Windows Clients by an Fido2 authentication.
The Same Login must be used with Office.

Can somebody help me?

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Hello Mr sikumars-msft

Thank you for your Help, i really appreciate it.

I'm Sorry the Process is made Step by Step so i didn't get further since 3 Weeks.
I will response to you, when i have made clear goals or when i have more questions.

Have a Nice Day and a nice Weekend.

Take care

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Hi @RomanDzichelMPDatentechnikGmbH-0070

As you have stated that you cannot see the required registry key I would suggest you contact your vendor to further troubleshoot. I would also suggest you have a check at Unsupported scenarios from this thread.

Enable passwordless security key sign-in to Windows 10 devices with Azure Active Directory https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/authentication/howto-authentication-passwordless-security-key-windows

Troubleshooting for hybrid deployments of FIDO2 security keys in Azure AD https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/authentication/howto-authentication-passwordless-troubleshoot

To Set up multifactor authentication for the Office products you can follow this thread https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/admin/security-and-compliance/set-up-multi-factor-authentication?view=o365-worldwide

Hope this resolves your Query!!


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Hello @RomanDzichelMPDatentechnikGmbH-0070 ,

Thanks for reaching out and apologies for the delayed response.

Please find below guidance for Password-less FIDO2 Security Key Sign-in to Windows 10 HAADJ Devices. For hybrid Azure AD joined devices, organizations either use Intune policy or configure the following Group Policy setting to enable FIDO security key sign-in. The setting can be found under Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Logon > Turn on security key sign-in which sets the registry value: HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft\FIDO – EnableFIDODeviceLogon (DWORD): 1. This Group Policy setting requires an updated version of the CredentialProviders.admx Group Policy template. For more information, refer to the below articles.

Additionally, if you are using Intune policy to enable Key Sign-in to windows devices then you may need to use this key UseSecurityKeyForSignin intead , as these both registry keys (UseSecurityKeyForSignin & EnableFIDODeviceLogon ) functionally do the same thing to turn on the cred prov, but If the Intune policy/regkey is set to enabled (UseSecurityKeyForSignin) it will take precedence even if the group policy regkey (EnableFIDODeviceLogon) is set to disabled. Reference: https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/azure-docs/issues/56127 .

How-to: Password-less FIDO2 Security Key Sign-in to Windows 10 HAADJ Devices
Enable passwordless security key sign-in to Windows 10 devices with Azure Active Directory

Hope this helps.


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