This Public Preview also adds the ability to specify that the user must complete a phone based Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) during elevation. This can reduce the risk of exposure in case a user's credentials have been compromised. We will also be continuing to add more features to the PowerShell cmdlets and enhancing the MIM PAM monitoring services to warn of anomalies in the PAM forest. MIM Reports in Azure AD Today, we are also starting the private preview of MIM reporting in the Azure Management Portal. This new capability enables a MIM customer who is also using Azure AD Premium to see MIM's activity in Azure AD reports alongside activity occurring in Azure AD itself. The first report that will include MIM activity will be self-service password resets. If your organization uses MIM and Azure AD Premium for self-service password reset, then you will be able to see a combined view of users performing password resets using either. This will show up in the Azure AD Reports tab in the Password Reset Activity Report. If you want to try MIM reporting in Azure AD, please send us an email with your Azure AD tenant ID and we will work to enable this feature in private preview for your tenant. How to get the Public Preview We are eager to get your feedback on this major update release. We encourage our customers and partners to download the Public Preview, test it out in a lab and provide feedback. You can download the Public Preview release from the Microsoft Connect site below:
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