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Multi-Factor Enrollment Automatic - Mobile Device

MNSU Multi-Factor Enrollment  If you see the message below when logging into Office 365 or Microsoft Office apps, you have been enrolled in Multi-Factor Authentication for additional security protections.  Please follow the instructions below to compl...

Multi-Factor Enrollment Self Enroll - Mobile Device Only

MNSU Multi-Factor Enrollment The following instructions are for customers who enroll in multi-factor authentication voluntarily prior to the University enrolling them, but are enrolling with a mobile device only (no computer).   The screens below ar...

iOS Mail App: Action Required to Access Your Email

Delete the iOS Mail account Open Settings Click on Passwords and Accounts Click on Exchange or MavMAIL     Click Delete Account (image2.png)     Follow the instructions in this article to setup the account again: https://mankato.mnsu.e...

Multi-factor Authentication FAQ - Multi-factor vs. two-factor

Although these refer to the same basic security practice, some accounts only allow you to enable a single, additional verification method. Depending on the account, this option may be called two-factor authentication (2FA) or two-step verification. Oth...

What is Multi-factor Authentication?

Multi-Factor Authentication On June 1, 2020, you'll have the optional ability to enable multi-factor authentication on your Microsoft Office 365 account! What is Multi-Factor Authentication? Multi-factor authentication is a security method which r...

Multi-factor Authentication FAQ - Additional applications

The following applications use Office 365 to authenticate users. This means that multi-factor authentication will prompt for verification when logging into these services as well. Office 365 multi-factor authentication behavior will be the same for the...

Multi-factor Authentication FAQ - Opt out

Once enrolled in multi-factor authentication, you will need to contact the IT Solutions Center to request an exception to multi-factor authentication. For your request to be evaluated, please describe the situation and why you are requesting an excep...

Multi-Factor Enrollment No Smart Phone Automatic

MNSU Multi-Factor Enrollment – Phone Call Verification (Automatic Enrollment) If a customer did not enroll in multi-factor authentication prior to the enrollment deadline, they will see the following message the first time they login to Office 365 aft...

Office 365 Multi-factor Authentication Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Multi-factor Authentication FAQ   If I don't have anything valuable in Office 365, why should I worry? Which email clients are compatible with Office 365 multi-factor authentication? If my laptop saves my credentials, then what is the point of mul...

Multi-factor Authentication FAQ - Compatible email clients

Below is a non-exhaustive list of email clients that are known to be compatible with Office 365 multi-factor authentication: Microsoft Outlook for Windows Microsoft Outlook for macOS Microsoft Outlook for Android Microsoft Outlook for iOS Gmail ap...

Office 365 Multi-factor Authentication Compatible Email Clients

Below is a non-exhaustive list of email clients that are known to be compatible with Office 365 multi-factor authentication: Outlook Web App via https://mavmail.mnsu.edu/ Outlook 2019 - Windows or Mac Outlook 365 - Windows/Mac Outlook 2016 - Windo...

Changing my Multi-Factor Options

To change your multi-factor options, please click here.   For a better understanding of this process, please view the Video Tutorial.   If you are unable to change your MFA options, please contact IT Solutions Center at ext 6654

Multi-factor Authentication FAQ - Saved credentials

Multi-factor authentication is intended to stop people who have your password, not your laptop. If thieves have both your laptop and your StarID password, then they would be able to log in to your laptop and use it to access your Office 365 account if ...

Multi-factor Authentication FAQ - Desktop version of Microsoft Office

Once multi-factor authentication is enabled, you will use a second verification method any time you are asked for your credentials while using any component of Microsoft Office 365. Although you are not asked to sign in and verify frequently when using...

I received or bought a new iPhone. How do I setup multi-factor authentication with it?

Multi-Factor Authentication Self Enrollment for Office 365   HOW DO I ENROLL IN MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION? ****** iPhone ****** On your iPhone, navigate to the App Store.   Tap the search tab in the bottom right.   Tap "Get" on the Micros...