TechNet Virtual Lab: Microsoft Intune - Configure Multi-Factor Authentication for Mobile Device Management (MDM)
What you’ll learn in this lab
This lab is the last in a series of 7 labs that explore the Enterprise Mobility Suite and the mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM) capabilities of Microsoft Intune. IMPORTANT: In order to complete this lab, you must have completed the first, second, and fifth labs in the series: Lab 1: Acquire Trial Accounts for Intune Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) Lab Series, Lab 2: Microsoft Intune – Configure Conditional Access to Exchange Online, and Lab 5: Microsoft Intune – Configure Mobile Application Management (MAM). Azure Multi-Factor Authentication provides additional security to corporate resources by requiring a second factor of authentication in addition to a username and password combination. Multi-Factor Authentication requires two or more of the following authentication methods: • Something you know (password). • Something you possess and that is associated with you (phone or other trusted device). • Something you are (biometrics). By implementing two or more authentication factors, you can provide greater assurance of the identity of the person who is attempting to get authorization to access corporate resources. In this lab, you will learn how to configure Multi-Factor Authentication using text message and mobile app verification to provide the second level of authentication. You will learn how to enable Intune Multi-factor Authentication for Windows device enrollment. You will learn how to enable Azure Multi-Factor Authentication for users. You will also learn what the user experience is like after they have been enabled for Multi-Factor Authentication and have registered for Multi-Factor Authentication. Finally, you will see how managed applications can coexist with Multi-Factor Authentication and how to bypass Multi-Factor Authentication when devices are on trusted networks.
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