MFA and End User Impacts

This article will look at the various different MFA settings found in Azure AD (which controls MFA for Office 365 and other SaaS services) and how those decisions impact users. There is lots on the internet on enabling MFA, and lots on what that looks like for the user – but nothing I could see… Continue reading MFA and End User Impacts

Hardware Tokens for Office 365 and Azure AD Services Without Azure AD P1 Licences

A recent update to Azure AD Premium 1 (P1) licence has been the use of hardware tokens for multi-factor authentication (MFA). This is excellent news if your MFA deployment is stuck because users cannot use phones on the shop floor or work environment or they do not want to use personal devices for work activities.… Continue reading Hardware Tokens for Office 365 and Azure AD Services Without Azure AD P1 Licences

Token2 Hardware OAuth Tokens and Azure AD Access

This blog post walks through the process of logging into Azure AD resources (Office 365, other SaaS applications registered in Azure AD and on-premises applications that utilise Azure AD App Proxy). First step is to order your desired hardware. For this article we are looking at the devices manufactured by Token2 (www.token2.com). These include credit… Continue reading Token2 Hardware OAuth Tokens and Azure AD Access

Installing Azure Multi-Factor Authentication and ADFS

I have a requirement to ensure that Office 365 users external to the network of one of my clients need a second factor of authentication when accessing Office 365 resources from outside the corporate network. The free Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) feature of Office 365 will not distinguish between network location so we need to enable… Continue reading Installing Azure Multi-Factor Authentication and ADFS

How To Change Your Office 365 App Password

If you are enabled for Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) in Office 365 then you will need an App Password for some applications that do not support MFA. The user interface for creating a new App Password is well hidden in Office 365 (its not on the Password page for example). Post updated in 2016 to take… Continue reading How To Change Your Office 365 App Password

Windows RRAS VPN and Multi Factor Authentication

This blog post covers the steps to add Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) to Windows RRAS server. Once this is enabled, and you sign in with a user enabled for MFA in Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server (an on-premises server) you are required to answer your phone before you can connect over the VPN. That is, you… Continue reading Windows RRAS VPN and Multi Factor Authentication