In this Azure article, we will discuss how to enable MFA for your user in Azure?. It is always recommended by Microsoft to enable Azure multi-factor authentication for your users for extra layers of security.
How to enable MFA Azure
You can quickly enable multi-factor authentication on a user basis by following the below steps.
- Login to Azure Portal.
- Search for Azure Active Directory and click on the search result “Azure Active Directory“
3. Click on the Users link from the left navigation.
4. Now, you will see the lists of users. Select the user for the one you wish to enable the multi-factor authentication and then click on the Per-user MFA option.
5. You can able to see the Multi-factor auth status for this user is “Disabled”. To enable this, select the user and then choose the Enable option as highlighted below.
6. To confirm this action, click on the “enable multi-factor auth” button and you are done with the steps. Congratulation, you have enabled the multi-factor authentication successfully.
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