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Machzy Helper I
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Multi-Factor Authentication (Enable vs. Enforce)

Does anyone know what the difference between Enable or Enforce for MFA?

 

Thanks.

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jameslo30 Resolver I
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Re: Multi-Factor Authentication (Enable vs. Enforce)

If memory serves, enable is to enable MFA. Enforce makes sure the users actually set it up before continuing!

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jameslo30 Resolver I
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Re: Multi-Factor Authentication (Enable vs. Enforce)

If memory serves, enable is to enable MFA. Enforce makes sure the users actually set it up before continuing!

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