I want to restrict access to the azure portal, can I use multi-factor authentication for this purpose?

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I know Azure has Multi-factor authentication for the resources/ applications hosted on it.

But I want to control access to Azure portal. Is it possible to use multi-factor authentication for the same?
Jan 3 in Azure by Sam
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Yes, this is possible.

Have a look at this.

It says that Multi-Factor Authentication adds a layer of security to Azure administrator account and that too at no additional cost. When it is turned on, you will have to verify your identity to spin up a virtual machine, manage storage, or use other Azure services.

Here is a step-by-step guide.

Hope this helps!

answered Jan 3 by Sirajul
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