Setup for Microsoft 365 Business for Campaigns
After you have subscribed to Microsoft 365 for Campaigns, your next step is to get everything set up.
Before you begin
Make sure that you meet the following requirements before you begin your setup process:
|Subscription||Microsoft 365 Business Premium or Microsoft 365 for Campaigns
To start a trial or purchase your subscription, see the following articles:
- Get Microsoft 365 Business Premium
- Get Microsoft 365 for Campaigns
|Permissions||To complete the initial setup process, you must be a Global Admin. Learn more about admin roles.|
|Browser requirements||Microsoft Edge, Safari, Chrome or Firefox. Learn more about browser requirements.|
|Operating systems (client)||Windows: Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8.1
macOS: One of the three most recent versions of macOS
|Operating systems (servers)||Windows Server or Linux Server
- Requires Microsoft Defender for Business servers (currently in preview)
- See How to get Microsoft Defender for Business servers (preview).
For more detailed information about Microsoft 365, Office, and system requirements, see Microsoft 365 and Office Resources.
Sign in to Microsoft 365 for Campaigns
If you signed up for Microsoft 365 for Campaigns (or Microsoft 365 Business Premium), you're designated as the Microsoft 365 admin (also referred to as the Global Administrator). This allows you to sign in and initiate the system.
Here's how to sign in:
Find the username and password we sent to the email address you used when you signed up for Microsoft 365 for Campaigns.
In the browser, go to the Microsoft 365 admin center at https://admin.microsoft.com.
Type your username and password. Select Sign in.
In the top right of the page, find the Preview on control. Select Preview on so you can use all the controls described in Bump up protection for your campaign.
How your staff will sign in
Users who have been added to your Microsoft 365 for Campaigns (or Microsoft 365 Business Premium) subscription can sign in using the following steps:
Go to https://Office.com.
Sign in using the username and password for the account. Users will have this information in the email they receive when they are added as users. If they can't find the email, see user didn't receive invite email.
Provide your staff a link to the Employee quick setup guide for help signing in, getting Microsoft 365 apps, and saving, copying, and sharing files.
Customize your sign-in page with a privacy and consent notice
Your business or campaign can make it easier for law enforcement agencies to file legal charges against online criminals by adding a privacy and consent notice to your sign-in page.
You can customize your sign-in page with your branding. You can also add text to help your users sign in, or to point out legal requirements or restrictions for getting access to Microsoft 365 resources.
Customize the text on your sign-in page
To update the customizable elements on the sign-in page, you have to be a global admin. For specific instructions, see add company branding article.
The elements you can update are:
- Sign-in page text (an easy place to add the privacy and consent statement)
- Sign-in page background image
- Banner logo
- Username hint
For examples of privacy and consent notices, see Appendix A in Searching and Seizing Computers and Obtaining Electronic Evidence in Criminal Investigations.
Visual guide: Help protect yourself and your campaign from digital threats
To help your staff learn about steps to protect your campaign from cyber threats, use this downloadable guide:
Proceed to bump up security.
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