First, select your directory
Now choose "configure" from the tabs:
Scroll about half way down the page and select Manage service settings under "multi-factor authentication":
And you're there! On the multi-factor authentication settings page, you'll find "verification options" about mid-page – just check and uncheck to set up what you want for your users (We think they are all good options, so everything is checked by default).
Hope you enjoyed learning about this new feature – more info is available here . Next up is some enhanced OATH support – we've made it possible to register any OATH token generator with Azure MFA, allowing your users to authenticate without use of push notifications and with any OATH compliant token generator. By default, they will be offered the standard push notifications mechanism through the Azure Authenticator app, but if their device doesn't support push or they need to be able to work completely offline (e.g. on an airplane's wifi) then there's a great alternative. During MFA enrollment, the user who has selected "verification codes" can just select "Configure app without notifications" when they are on the "Configure mobile app" screen.
Now the QR code displayed will support any OATH compliant app (including Azure Authenticator!) – they can just scan it, and voila, push-notification free verification!
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