Navigate to the Configure tab Scroll down to the access rules section:
By default, all users will be required to perform MFA when accessing Salesforce. Alternately, you can choose the Groups option and select one or more security groups whose members will be required to perform MFA when accessing Salesforce.
In this case the access rule will only apply to users within the specified group "Marketing Team." All others with permission to use this application will not have to perform MFA. You can also use groups to apply exceptions. You can require MFA for everyone and check the 'Except' check box to list exempt groups, which may include, for example, people who do not have cellular coverage and are thus unable to complete the MFA challenge.
Next, select which rule to apply.
Click on it to enable the service and gain access to Azure AD Connect Health within the portal.
To select additional metrics, specify a time range, or change the grouping, simply right-click on the usage analytics blade and select Edit Chart .
We will add views in the near future that show the count and type of issuance failures, such as username/password failures, occurring in the system. If you need addition views, we welcome your feedback .
Using the Filter option at the top of the blade, you view an individual server's metrics. To change metrics, simply right-click on the monitoring chart under the monitoring blade and select Edit Chart . You can then select additional metrics and specify a time range for viewing the performance data.
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