In Hilchos Channukah OC Siman 671 Sif 8 we learn the halacha that if someone has 2 entrances to their courtyard they must light Chanukah candles by both of them. This is so that passers-by won't see the an entrance with no lights and think that the inhabitants didn't light.
Would it be ok to light by one of the entrances (perhaps the "main one") Chanukah candles according to the opinion of "Mahadrin Min HaMahadrin" ("the best way of performing the mitzva") and put the number of candles that correspond to each night, and by the other entrance light only one candle which is the minimum someone can fulfill the Mitzvah?
Or must they do Mahadrin Min HaMahadrin by both (according to our minhag and that we do this for sure at the outset.) Or would in this case one candle be enough even at the outset?