MFA Remembering Device
Have the configuration option to remember a device for MFA, like with non-B2C tenants, instead of requiring MFA each time a user logs in.
There is a current configuration to allow users to choose to remember a device for MFA: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/multi-factor-authentication/multi-factor-authentication-whats-next#remember-multi-factor-authentication-for-trusted-devices
Additionally, we’re looking at providing more controls for this through conditional access.
Rhett Thompson commented
This can be implemented with an Azure B2C Custom Policy.
Is this still planned?
K W commented
The Azure global configuration setting listed does not work for Azure AD B2C. I have confirmed that I have it enabled and still get authentication every time at signin and no ability to mark a device as trusted. This might be a showstopper for us adopting Azure AD B2C.
Kai Girke commented
If this is implemented makes acceptance of MFA and usability much greater.
Here is a also a request make this more granular.
Deepak Gopinath commented
Is there an update regarding support for the remember device/mfa suspension feature using B2C?
Derek Schauland commented
Would love to get updates on the status of this feature and when it might land. Planned is great but Ive got projects that could use this immediately
Has there been any additional information on adding this to B2C? This is something that would be a great add for a project I am working on
Same here, It'd be good to get this feature on B2C
We also need this for our Federated Azure AD, which is one of our identity providers in B2C. Company users don't need to login with MFA, especially when they login from a company device. Remember device is the second best option for us when MFA enable/disable per user/group/device/IP is not possible
Simon Scoffins commented
Need it for B2C
Robert Merriott commented
Yes, I am hoping this is added for B2C as Brandon stated.
Any plans for B2C to have this feature?
Brandon Richards commented
I saw the comment added today (4/18/2018) saying that there is a "current configuration" for this. but I believe the current feature only applies to the regular AAD. However, I believe this request was to have this same feature added to the AADB2C as well.
Tim P commented
This would be a great feature.
Our client wants us to implement B2c in his solution but the lack of this feature is a real problem.
Advait Kulkarni commented
This is extremely important for our customers. This is the second client that has asked for this feature and B2C specifically does not have it.
Robert Merriott commented
This is essential to getting people to fully support and want to use MFA.
Jon paprocki commented
Interested in this as well, thanks!