I recently had the opportunity to join the crew from Community Cloudcast to discuss the true cost of moving to the cloud. Normally, the show has three hosts: Eric Shupps, Jason Himmelstein, and Paul McCollum. Unfortunately, Jason and Paul were not available, so Eric and I tackled the subject on our own. As always, discussions with Eric are very informative, as well as entertaining. You can watch the entire webcast below.
Users occasionally lose access to their Multifactor Authentication (MFA) source, possibly by purchasing a new phone or changing phone numbers. When this happens, they are locked out of any resource that requires MFA. In these cases, they need to re-register for MFA with their new source. Here are the steps to reset MFA registration for a user in Azure: NOTE: to reset a user’s MFA registration, the account performing the following actions must be in the Authentication Admin or Global Admin role.