Tag Archives: mfa

16May/18

Script Share: Disable Azure AD MFA Without Wiping User Options

How’s this for a niche topic? If you want to move to Azure AD P2 Conditional Access and have users who are on P1 MFA, then in order to move them over, you have to disable and re-enable MFA on their account – or at least that’s what one PFE told me. The problem is, when you do that, you lose their options like if they prefer to enter a code from the app, receive a text, etc. by default. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could keep that stuff?

Well, you can!

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07Jun/17

Connecting to Exchange Online Using Multi-Factor Authentication via PowerShell

Using PowerShell to manage your Microsoft cloud services like Exchange Online is awesome. Using multi-factor authentication (MFA) is also awesome. For some reason, using the two together is not awesome. Many of the Microsoft docs on this seem to suggest you just perform all your administrative tasks from a shell that you launch entirely separately from a normal PowerShell console. I would rather be able to connect to Exchange Online using MFA via PowerShell through a normal console, or as part of another tool. Let me show you how.

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