Migrate to the Authentication methods policy in Entra ID by 30 September 2025

TSM Helpdesk Support 0 Reputation points
2024-01-26T07:10:17.05+00:00

Regarding the above title, migration from MFA(we only use MFA) to authentication methods policy in Entra ID, I have a few questions. in my organization, we have some user which is the status multi-force auth is Enforced and some user were Disable. Just for clarification, when we start the migration to Entra ID. Does it mean that once migrate, all user setting will be by default as enabled for authentication? Or even after migrate to authentication method policy in Entra ID, are we still can assign which user authentication enable and which are disable?

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  2. Sandeep G-MSFT 13,396 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2024-01-30T04:44:09.0533333+00:00

    @TSM Helpdesk Support

    Thank you for posting this in Microsoft Q&A.

    When you are migrating the MFA policy there is an option to select group to which you want to enable MFA. User's image

    Once the migration process is completed only those user or groups which you have selected in authentication method policies will get prompted for MFA. You can refer below article to migrate MFA and SSPR policies in Entra ID. Documentation links:

    Let us know if you have any further questions.

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