Multi-factor authentication adds a telephone or mobile app-based verification step to your OHIO login.

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Pinned Article Help & Resources: Azure Multi-Factor Authentication

A summary of Azure Multi-Factor Authentication help resources.

Getting Started with Azure Multi-Factor Authentication

First steps to set up and start using Azure Multi-Factor Authentication.

Changing the settings on Azure Multi-Factor Authentication

Learn how to customize the settings of Azure Multi-Factor Authentication so that it remembers you for 30 days and you don't have to unlock your mobile device for each login attempt.

Enrolling an additional device in Azure Multi-Factor Authentication

Learn how to enroll more than one device to authenticate your login attempts using Azure Multi-Factor Authentication.

Enrolling in Azure Multi-Factor Authentication

Learn how to easily enroll in Azure Multi-Factor Authentication to secure your devices and data.

Reactivating a device after a reset or replacement

Describes how to reactivate the Authenticator app on a smart phone or tablet after a factory reset or replacing the device.

Reset your password using Azure MFA

Describes how you can change your password through the Authenticator app or your Microsoft account once you have opted into Azure MFA.

Troubleshooting common issues with Azure Multi-Factor Authentication

Learn how to troubleshoot common issues and when to contact the IT Service Desk when using Azure Multi-Factor Authentication.

Using a smartwatch for Azure Multi-Factor Authentication

Learn how to use a smartwatch to verify your login attempts with Azure Multi-Factor Authentication, instead of a mobile device.