Last Updated on April 14, 2022 by Next Century
Once your admin has enabled multi-factor authentication (MFA) for your Microsoft account, you will need to set up your user account to use it which should only take a few minute.
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By setting up MFA, you add an extra layer of security to your Microsoft 365 account sign-in which can stop unauthorised access to your account.
If you are getting a new phone, it is important to migrate your Microsoft Authenticator account from the old phone to the new phone, otherwise, you could get locked out of your Microsoft account and only an Admin can resolve this for you.
You have successfully setup Microsoft multi-factor authentication on your Microsoft account.
If you encounter any issues with the above steps, it is advised to contact your Microsoft Admin for further assistance.