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How to Use Microsoft Authenticator with Office 365

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How to Use Microsoft Authenticator with Office 365

           If your organization is using 2-step verification for Office 365, the easiest verification method to use is Microsoft Authenticator. It's just one click instead of typing in a 6-digit code. And if you travel, you won't incur roaming fees when you use it.


Download and install Microsoft Authenticator app


 Set up the Microsoft Authenticator app

  • Step 1 Choose the mobile app

Open a browser on your computer and go to Intranet.rmagroup.net. Sign in to your Office 365 for business account.

Use these steps if you see this screen:

  • Click My account >> Choose Security & Privacy > Additional security verification > Update my phone numbers used for account security.
  • In the drop down box under What's your preferred option, Choose Notify me through app.

 

 

 


  •  Step 2  Wait for configuration pop-up box. 

           You should see a window on your computer that looks like this.

                         


  • Step 3 Add account to Microsoft Authenticator

  1. Open the Microsoft Authenticator app on your phone. 

  2. Tap the + > Work or school account.

  3. Use your phone to scan the QR square that is on your computer screen.

  4. Your account will be added automatically to the app and will display a six-digit code.

 

                              


 

  • Step 4 Confirm activation status on your computer
    1. Switch back to your computer and click Done.
    2. Now wait for the Checking activation status text to finish configuring your phone.
    3. When it's complete, you'll be able to click the Contact me button on the right.

      Note: If configuration fails, just delete retry the previous steps again.

    Click Contact Me

  • Step 5  Approve sign in on your phone

  1. Switch back to your phone and you'll see a notification for a new sign in.

  2. Go to the Microsoft Authenticator app.

  3. Tap Approve to allow it.

    Tap Approve to allow sign in.

  4. Finish set up Back on the computer, follow any prompts that you might see such as adding a mobile number.

  5. You're good to go! 

                           

                             

 

 

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Article ID: 302
Category: Office 365
Date added: 2019-10-24 14:51:35
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