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This article explains the different options available for use with Multi-Factor Authentication verifications so you can choose the one that makes the most sense for your situation.
This article contains detailed instructions on how to set up (or reset) the Microsoft Authenticator app.
This article explains how to register a FIDO2 token so you can log in securely without having to enter your username and password. These devices are useful for individuals who don't have a cell phone. Compatibility resources are also included that list which browsers and devices are supported by the various operating systems.
This article explains what Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is, why it's needed, and basic details about how it works.
This article explains how to install and configure Microsoft's Authenticator App on your devices for use with multi-factor authentication.
This article provides details about Microsoft's new "number matching" verification feature for MFA and also explains how to activate "phone sign-in" for a smoother authentication process.
This guide explains how to set up both Multi-factor authentication (MFA) and Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR) for your Middlebury Account.
Step by step instructions on how to set up Multi-Factor Authentication and Self-Service Password Reset