PowerShell: Enable/Enforce Multifactor Authentication for All (Bulk) Users in Office 365

Did you all know today is PowerShell appreciation day? Yep! All PowerShell users are required (by law I believe) to write the PowerShell Team a nice note letting them know they have made ALL the Windows Admins lives easier yet SO much more complicated.

Here's mine to them: 

Dear PowerShell Masters, 

Thank you for creating PowerShell. It's a terrific tool I can use across most of my Windows Ecosystem. 

That said please, for the love of god, STOP adding features! I haven't figured out the all the older ones yet. 


//Sleepless in Virginia//


MFA helps secure user sign-ins for cloud services beyond just a single password. With MFA for Office 365, users are required to acknowledge a phone call, text message, or app notification on their smart phones after correctly entering their passwords. They can sign in only after this second authentication factor has been satisfied.

A form of multi-factor authentication is included with Office 365, but you can also purchase Azure Multi-Factor authentication that includes extended functionality. For more information see feature comparison of Azure Multi-Factor Authentication versions. 

Read how to set it up here.

Last modified on Wednesday, 04 January 2017 16:34

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