Employees can edit their contact phone number by going to the additional security verification page in the http://myapps.microsoft.com portal and, they will see the authentication phone instead of the mobile phone.
Likewise, if an end user goes through the first time additional security verification setup, they will see the authentication phone as the contact method in the drop down which replaces the mobile phone.
Similar to MFA, end users will see the authentication phone and authentication email for SSPR instead of the mobile phone and alternate email address.
We hope you'll find this new privacy capability useful! As always, we'd love to receive feedback or suggestions you have. Best regards, Alex Simons (Twitter: @Alex_A_Simons ) Director of Program Management Microsoft Identity and Security Services Division
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