Two Factor Multi Factor Authentication for Rapid Recovery

I was hoping to setup multi factor auth for rapid recovery. We are working on setting up a disaster recovery plan for Ransomware and would like to be able to protect the backups if a sys admin account was taken over. We want to be able to have offsite backups that are segregated and that the user accounts that have access to those files can't easily delete restore points. If a sys account was taken over and the backups deleted, then the main systems encrypted we would not be able to recover. Two factor auth would greatly prevent that from happening, does anyone know if that is an option at all with this solution?

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  • FWIW we have been cryptoed twice since taking on RR and it did not encrypt the repository either time. I asked a few years ago about it when it happened and apparently it's write locked somehow. We did lose a config text file but it did not matter and was easily repaired. I think there is a KB on it actually.

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  • FWIW we have been cryptoed twice since taking on RR and it did not encrypt the repository either time. I asked a few years ago about it when it happened and apparently it's write locked somehow. We did lose a config text file but it did not matter and was easily repaired. I think there is a KB on it actually.

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