Users who are adding devices from the internet must add a second method of authentication.

Enable MFA for the user account with the issue.

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From the Azure portal choose Azure Active Directory, Security, Conditional Access.

The list of preferred methods starts with temporary access pass then goes, in order, to certificate-based authentication, FIDO2 security keys, Microsoft Authenticator.

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Select the Accept terms & download.

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. Option 1: Multi-factor authentication to join Azure AD The first option is to require MFA to join a device to Azure AD.

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Select Azure Active Directory.

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. Now, if a user is outside of a trusted network and attempts to register MFA for the first time, they’re blocked and shown the following message: As soon as they register MFA, they’ll be able to manage MFA and SSPR registration details from.

To update your verification method, follow the steps in the Add or change your phone number section of the Manage your two-factor verification method settings article.
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0 or later), sign in to the Entra admin center with your tenant's Hybrid Identity Administrator credentials.

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Create a new policy and give it a meaningful. The. Check if the network proxy.

The list of preferred methods starts with temporary access pass then. Configure named locations. windowsazure. At this point, if someone attempts to join Azure AD, they will be challenged for MFA in the process. The authentication method you choose, is configured by using Azure AD Connect, which also provisions.

After you choose Sign in, you'll be prompted for more information.

Log in to the Azure AD admin center and navigate to Azure Active Directory > Security > Conditional Access > Policies. .

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