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We need to enable MFA for Office 365 users for extra security. What is the fastest and safest way to enable Office 365 MFA? In this article, you will learn how to enable MFA Office 365 for all users and one user with PowerShell.
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Why do you need to enable MFA Office 365? A couple of reasons are:
- Secure environment from attacks
- Move from another MFA vendor
Do you have Azure AD Premium plan 1 or 2? We recommend you configure Azure AD Multi-Factor Authentication instead of per-user MFA (this article).
Before you start
Start Windows PowerShell and connect to Azure AD PowerShell.
Enable MFA Office 365 for single user
Enable MFA for a single Office 365 user.
$mf= New-Object -TypeName Microsoft.Online.Administration.StrongAuthenticationRequirement $mf.RelyingParty = "*" $mfa = @($mf) Set-MsolUser -UserPrincipalName "Amanda.Morgan@exoip.com" -StrongAuthenticationRequirements $mfa
Enable MFA Office 365 for all users
Enable MFA for all Office 365 users.
$mf= New-Object -TypeName Microsoft.Online.Administration.StrongAuthenticationRequirement $mf.RelyingParty = "*" $mfa = @($mf) Get-MsolUser -All | Set-MsolUser -StrongAuthenticationRequirements $mfa
Export Office 365 MFA status
Do you like to verify that MFA for the users is successfully enabled? An excellent way is to export Office 365 users MFA status report with PowerShell.
Important: Always use MFA to protect the accounts from attacks and compromised passwords. It adds another layer of protection that helps organizations.
Read more: Disable MFA Office 365 with PowerShell »
You learned how to enable MFA Office 365 with PowerShell. Connect to Azure AD with PowerShell and run the command to enable MFA for all Office 365 users or single user. Don’t forget always to use MFA for extra protection.
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