Hello @iot_test !
Thanks for reaching out. Are you the same person interacting with me on twitter via this thread https://twitter.com/harshaunplugged/status/1567965229887397888? If so, I've just responded to your email with a sample video demonstration and asking for additional information.
You can enable Multi-Factor Authentication via a conditional access policy following these instructions: https://learn.microsoft.com/azure/active-directory/authentication/tutorial-enable-azure-mfa#configure-which-apps-require-multi-factor-authentication.
Make sure you "Microsoft Azure Management" is the cloud application selected as the target. As mentioned here (https://learn.microsoft.com/azure/active-directory/conditional-access/concept-conditional-access-cloud-apps#microsoft-azure-management), the Conditional Access policy targeted for this application will also take effect for all the related services/clients including Azure IoT Central so from that point on all the AAD users in the application should receive an MFA prompt at sign-in.
Few things to double check/debug:
- Are you trying to demonstrate with an user with Microsoft Account?
- Is the user you're trying to demonstrate part of the AAD tenant associated with the Azure subscription of the IoT Central application?