In this video, Pete Zerger demonstrates how to configure some general Azure Multi-Factor Authentication settings to customize and enhance the user experience in MFA scenarios.
- For the best user experience, we need to configure…Azure multifactor authentication features…to suit our environment.…Here I am in the Azure portal.…I'll click the classic portal which will authenticate me…to my default directory right away, and I'll go…to the configure tab.…On the configure tab, I'll find…the multifactor authentication section and the…managed service settings option.…Now straightaway I'll see a couple of settings here…app passwords which enable the use of legacy apps…in MFA scenarios and trusted IPs which allow us to control…MFA behavior based on the user's location.…
These are actually larger topics worthy…of a dedicated discussion.…We're going to leave these for now and touch on a number…of general MFA settings you can use to optimize…your user experience.…And if I scroll down the list here,…we'll see I can enable, number one, verification options.…So what are the options available to my users…for that second factor of authentication?…In my environment here I have enabled call the phone,…
In this course—the first in the series—Microsoft MVP Pete Zerger takes you through the basics of setting up endpoint protection. He begins by explaining how to set up Azure Active Directory Premium. Next, he goes into enabling multi-factor authentication, followed by setting conditions for secure access. To wrap up, Pete covers managing mobile devices with Intune, and publishing applications with Azure AD App Proxy.
- Setting up Azure Active Directory for an organization
- Enabling user-level and application-level multi-factor authentication
- Setting conditions for secure access
- Planning a mobile device management (MDM) strategy
- How Intune (standalone) MDM works
- How Intune mobile application management works
- Publishing applications with Azure AD App Proxy
- Assigning users and groups