Good news today! If you really like the increased level of security that Multi-Factor Authentication offers when you use the Azure services, it is now easier than ever to enable MFA and SSPR. Self-service password reset is another great tool that allows the end-user to reset the password easily, without any need to contact an admin. So practically, through a single step-by-step process, the end-user can enable both features through the registration process.
The Azure AD Team received a lot of feedback from customers with the release of the combined registration public preview experience, so it seems that many customers asked that the whole process should be even easier for the end users. Let’s see how it works today.
As soon as users are required to register while signing in, they’ll see the following dialog box:
When a user completes registration, he will get a result of all the options that they selected:
But wait, there is more: When you enable the enhanced security info registration experience for your users, they’ll also get the new My Profile experience, now in public preview, which looks like this:
This new experience is great, because from the Security info page, users can easily change their phone number or choose a different default method for MFA:
But how can you enable these new settings?
- Sign into the Azure portal as a global administrator or user administrator.
- Browse to Azure Active Directory > User settings > Manage settings for access panel preview features.
- Under Users you can use the preview features for registering and managing security info – refresh, you can choose to enable for a Selected group of users or for All users:
And do not forget to check the official documentation of these features here:
Thanks for your time!