Configure Amazon WorkSpaces
AWS WorkSpaces (WS) supports RADIUS for MFA authentication.
The Amazon WorkSpace app allows use of the Okta RADIUS agent for multifactor authentication on Amazon WorkSpaces. End users can sign into Amazon WorkSpaces using factors registered with Okta. This integration shows how to configure AWS WorkSpaces using Active Directory to support authentication using Okta MFA and Okta Verify Push.
Meet the following network connectivity requirements before you install the Okta RADIUS agent:
|Okta RADIUS Agent||Okta Identity Cloud||TCP/443
|Configuration and authentication traffic.|
|Client Gateway||Okta RADIUS Agent||UDP/1812 RADIUS (Default, you can change this when you install and configure the RADIUS app)||RADIUS traffic between the gateway (client) and the RADIUS agent (server).|
In addition, you must configure Amazon Web Services as:
|In addition, you must configure Amazon Web Services as:|
Amazon Web Services instances, configured as:
|AWS Directory Service instance, configured and pointing to Instance A, running Active Directory. You must have the Directory ID of the AWS Directory Service. Directory ID is used to determine the name of the Security Group.
The AWS Directory service requires the private IP address of Instance B to delegate the MFA challenge over RADIUS. If that private IP changes the AWS Directory MFA configuration must be updated to reflect the new private IP.
Enroll only a single Okta Verify device. Adding more Okta Verify devices can cause undefined or unexpected behavior.
WorkSpaces supports the following authenticators:
DUO MFA with Push/SMS/Call isn't supported for Amazon Workspaces with RADIUS. When an end user that's enrolled in Okta with DUO MFA attempts to access Amazon Workspaces configured with RADIUS, they must provide the six digit MFA passcode displayed on the DUO mobile app in addition to their primary password.
|Okta Verify (TOTP and PUSH)|
|SMS and Voice authentication|
|Configure AWS||Preconfigure Amazon WS instances with required Active Directory, EC2 and workspace.|
|Download and install the RADIUS agent||Download and install the Okta RADIUS agent on Instance B.
For throughput, availability and other considerations, see Okta RADIUS Server Agent Deployment Best Practices.
|Create inbound AWS rules||Create inbound rules to allow the RADIUS agent to communicate with an AWS Directory Service instance.|
|Configure application||In your Okta org, configure the Amazon WorkSpaces application and required factors.|
|Configure Amazon WorkSpaces for MFA||Amazon WorkSpaces must be configured for MFA.|
|Provision Users||AWS WorkSpace users are managed in Active Directory but must be provisioned into Okta.|