Using the Microsoft Authenticator App for MFA

Using the Microsoft Authenticator App for MFA

For staff and faculty who prefer to use the Microsoft Authenticator app for multi-factor authentication instead of using standard SMS text messaging, please follow the step-by-step instructions on the attached PDF document.  Please note that this is required for accessing the VMWare Horizon hosted desktop environment.

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