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#### Multi-Factor Authentication on Azure in a Nutshell

In another Tips and Tricks post, we added Azure Active Directory authentication to an existing App Service Web App. Today, we’ll make sure Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is on for that user. There are various services in Azure when it comes to Multi-Factor Authentication](https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/multi-factor-authentication), so let’s first see what’s available. Keep in mind, I want it to be FREE.
In another Tips and Tricks post, we added Azure Active Directory authentication to an existing App Service Web App. Today, we’ll make sure Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is on for that user. There are various services in Azure when it comes to [Multi-Factor Authentication](https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/multi-factor-authentication), so let’s first see what’s available. Keep in mind, I want it to be FREE.

If you take a look at the documentation on how it works, the following MFA offerings are listed:
* **Azure Active Directory Premium** – Licenses for full-featured, on-premises, or cloud-hosted MFA services.
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Once you have saved, you’ll now see a checkmark in the **Enabled** column of the policy listing.

<img :src="$withBase('/files/mfa4.png')">

Excellent! Now all global administrators of my Azure account will have Multi-Factor Authentication turned on.

<img :src="$withBase('/files/mfa5-small.gif')">

<img :src="$withBase('/files/mfa6-small.gif')">

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