We have an office 365 E3 subscription and would like to implement two-factor authentication. We have DirSynch running but no ADFS.
I notice there are settings in the Microsoft tenant portal which allows you to configure users to use 2F. Is it simply a case of configuring it for the appropriate users and the 2F infrastructure / process is managed by O365 or are there any other requirements like having ADFS?
I noticed you can have text message, phone call or app verification. App would be preferred - where's the app for that?
If you have local 2FA solution, you can forget about it. Even if you implement AD FS, it will be limited to only web apps (OWA, SharePoint Online, etc). Neither Outlook or any other Office 2013 application
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