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When user has 2FA enabled do not attempt OAuth password auth

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When user has 2FA enabled, do not attempt OAuth password auth.

When 2FA is enabled for a user we do not allow password credential flow with OAuth. Instead a user must use a personal access token to authenticate directly with the API. This change ensures that we never attempt password auth if a user has 2FA enabled.

We already had a check that would fail auth if a user had 2FA enabled, but this check came after password comparison happens and counter is incremented. This change flips the logic to check 2FA first.

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