Windows 11 Feature Requests: 2 Factor Authentication for Windows Logon and RDP Logon

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Hi,

It should be useful having 2 Factor Authentication for Windows Logon and RDP Logon.

 

Tip solution 1:

A. In Logon window the user write the first password (by the way, make max length longer and activate Paste  and Copy)

 

B. Then the user receives a notification from App on his smartphone and he can insert the second password)

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Tip solution 2 (stronger and more convenient):

 In Logon window the user choose to load the first password from a cyphered wallet on a pen drive (the cyphered wallet on a pen drive has been created previosly by Windows, which even created a 'Long Casual Password' for Logon) 

So the system:

A. Sends to a notification to th App on User's smartphone and the User can insert his 'Short password'

 

B. Then the system accesses to the cyphered wallet on User's pen drive and retrieves the 'Long Casual Password' for logon 

 

 

 

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Microsoft is following different policy and it is removing password and technologies like Windows Hello Face recognition, PIN , etc.
The architecture of Windows is different.
You will use 2FA because login page is accessible remotely from internet.
However, in case of Windows, you will need to have physical access to the system and you may use other methods like BitLocker.