SKILLS & TRICKS
In order to setup Azure MFA as Primary Authentication with ADFS, this does require you to move to Azure MFA (cloud-based version). I have not deployed Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Server (on-prem/hybrid version) in a few years for anyone as pretty much everyone I work with has moved on to cloud-based Azure MFA. Feature parity is pretty close to the same at this point and in my opinion, the days of Azure MFA Server on-prem are numbered. If you’re still on the on-prem Azure MFA Server, it is very easy to migrate to the cloud-based Azure MFA. I’m going to assume you have a working ADFS environment already that is federated with Azure AD using Azure AD Connect for this blogpost for a step by step guide.
Configure ADFS and Azure MFA to work
1. Log into your ADFS server. In my example, I am using ADFS 4.0 with a Farm Behavior Level (FBL) set to 3 which means Windows Server 2016 and an Active Directory 2016 schema. You can always run the PowerShell cmdlet “Get-AdfsFarmInformation” on your ADFS server to show your FBL version. Go ahead and open the AD FS console:
Azure Application Gateway is a web traffic load balancer that enables you to manage traffic to your web applications. Traditional load balancers operate at the transport layer (OSI layer 4 – TCP and UDP) and route traffic based on source IP address and port, to a destination IP address and port.
We know that renaming a Channel in Teams breaks the associated SharePoint link. It creates a new folder in SharePoint but when you access the files from Teams, it takes you back to the original folder. Confusing and messy!!
However, I have a process to rename a Channel in Teams without breaking the link to SharePoint.
Before I change things, I want to show how my current Team is setup.
And the last part of the SharePoint URL: