Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Release Notes
Published: May 20, 2013
Updated: March 23, 2015
Welcome to the release notes for Azure Multi-Factor Authentication. Before you attempt to use and configure Multi-Factor Authentication, we recommend that you read this entire document and Securing access to cloud services - Information for Administrators. You can use these notes to guide you as you troubleshoot issues that may arise when you use Azure Multi-Factor Authentication.
Follow the steps at What do I do when I see a “Authentication request is not for an activated account” error? if you see this error.
The suspend MFA feature will only be available for user-facing applications such as Office 365 and will not be available for administrator-facing applications such as the Azure Management Portal. This is because this feature is not currently available with the identity provider used by the Azure Management Portal.