Exercise configure Azure Active Directory multi-factor authentication registration policy
Azure AD Multi-Factor Authentication provides a means to verify who you are using more than just a username and password. It provides a second layer of security to user sign-ins. For users to be able to respond to MFA prompts, they must first register for Azure AD Multi-Factor Authentication.
Sign in to the Azure portal using a Global administrator account.
Open the portal menu and then select Azure Active Directory.
On the Azure Active Directory blade, under Manage, select Security.
On the Security blade, in the left navigation, select Identity protection.
In the Identity protection blade, in the left navigation, select MFA registration policy.
Under Assignments, select All users and review the available options. You can select from All users or Select individuals and groups if limiting your rollout. Additionally, you can choose to exclude users from the policy.
Under Controls, notice that the Require Azure AD MFA registration is selected and cannot be changed.
Under Enforce Policy, select On and then select Save.
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