Feb 08 2018 06:17 AM
Feb 08 2018 06:17 AM
I'm probably being really dense, but is there a report that will show accounts with multiple login failures?
Feb 08 2018 06:53 AM
Not quite what you are after but there used to be a 'Sign-ins after multiple failures' Azure Active Directory report which is being retired.
"The following Azure AD anomalous activity security reports are not included as risk events in the Azure portal:
These reports are still available in the Azure classic portal, but they will be deprecated at some time in the future."
Much of the reporting has been consolidated on the new Azure AD Portal. The one that might be most useful for this is Sign-in activity reports (requires Azure AD Premium). One of the options is to filter based on sign-in status failure or success.
Risky sign-ins and Users flagged for risk reports are available at no additional cost, though with AAD Premium "enabling you to examine some of the underlying risk events that have been detected for each report".
Risky sign-ins - A risky sign-in is an indicator for a sign-in attempt that might have been performed by someone who is not the legitimate owner of a user account. For more details, see Risky sign-ins.
Users flagged for risk - A risky user is an indicator for a user account that might have been compromised. For more details, see Users flagged for risk.
The Azure Active Directory Power BI Content Pack may be worth looking at as well, as it has a Sign-ins by location and users section and can help find events like was the sign-in successful.
Hope some of that is of use.
Feb 08 2018 06:55 AM
If you have Azure AD Premium:
Or in Power BI you can import Azure AD pack where you can find sign-in activity
Feb 08 2018 07:06 AM
Thanks for those pointers. Users flagged for risk requires premium license to get any details.
Rapidly coming to conclusion that without Premium you are pretty much in the dark
Jun 02 2018 08:33 AM
This is not really answering the question of the original poster. I, too, am interested in a report that tells me "successful logins after multiple failures".
Secure score refers to this report, but it doesn't seem to exist any more.