Join Brian Culp for an in-depth discussion in this video Configure multi-factor authentication, part of Windows 10: Manage Identity.
- [Voiceover] As the name implies,…multifactor authentication requires at least two types…of authentication methods in order for a device…to access a network resource.…It provides additional security by requiring…the second form of authentication,…and delivers this authentication…via a wide range of options.…So here are some of the options you have…for a second layer of authentication.…You could have a phone call to a device,…a text message to a device.…
You could configure a mobile app notification…or a mobile app verification code,…so think there of a device that might not be able…to receive a phone call or a text message.…You would install an application,…I'll identify that application in just a moment,…but you install an application that can receive…a notification or a verification code…that you then enter in, typically, on a website.…And then you also have something known as…a third-party OATH token,…and an OATH token is…abbreviation for an open-standard authentication token.…
But I would be most familiar with the options…
Windows expert Brian Culp covers app installation and management; the core differences between local, domain, and Microsoft accounts; techniques for authenticating and authorizing accounts; workgroup support; and domain-level authentication options, such as multifactor authentication, Windows Hello, and virtual smart cards.
Note: This course maps to the Manage Identity domain from the Microsoft Exam 70-697: Configuring Windows Devices. Review the exam objectives here.
- Installing and managing Office 365 and Windows Store apps
- Disabling access to Windows Store
- Enabling and performing sideloading
- Sideloading an app with Microsoft Intune
- Supporting local, domain, and Microsoft accounts
- Working with Group Policy
- Supporting workgroups and domains
- Sharing resources in a workgroup
- Configuring multifactor authentication
- Configuring Windows Hello and virtual smart cards
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Supporting Windows Store and Cloud Apps
2. Supporting Authentication and Authorization
Understanding accounts2m 12s
3. Supporting Workgroups and Domains
4. Understanding Authentication Options
Next Steps1m 7s
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