Learn how to log in to Azure with multifactor authentication in Microsoft Azure cloud services for added security.
- [Voiceover] In a previous video in this course…we looked at the configuration of multi-factor…authentication and how multi-factor authentication…is enabled for our organization and configured…for our organization.…But one of the things we discussed is that multi-factor…authentication needs to be enabled or disabled…on a per-user basis.…So I'm gonna do that right now.…And I'm actually gonna create a new user.…So I'm gonna create a new user in my organization…and I'm gonna call this user Mike.…So Mike is in my domain.…
It's going to be created in my Azure Active Directory.…And this is Mike Vance and Mike is going to be user,…not an administrator.…And here I have a checkbox for enable multi-factor…authentication.…Now this enable multi-factor authentication setting…can be enabled or disabled later, but I actually have…an option to create it and to specify it during…the creation of the user.…So I'm gonna create the user account right now…by clicking the Create button.…And Mike has been created in my environment.…
Now note that Mike is, now has a temporary password.…
Here, David Elfassy investigates security concepts related to Azure deployment and services such as Office 365, Exchange, and Azure Active Directory. Find out how to use Azure's built-in security tools, secure virtual machines, implement more robust multifactor authentication, and protect your services and data, including email, documents, and user data. Plus, learn how to configure security certificates for your app deployments using custom domains.
- Securing objects and virtual machines
- Deploying certificates for Azure resources
- Implementing multifactor authentication
- Securing Office 365
- Securing Azure Active Directory