Add reporting to see how many users have or have not registered for Self Service Password Reset.
Would be helpful so we know who to target to get them registered within our organization
This feature is currently in progress and should be available in the next few months. Looking forward to hearing your feedback!
Hi folks! This feature is still in progress and will go to public preview soon. I will update this request once it's in public preview. I apologize for the delay - we know how important this is!
Steven Grinker commented
Are there any updates on this? It moved to "started" 11 months ago...
We need the ability to find users not registered to send pro-active reminders but also holistic health metric of % registered. Would be great to see this in the security score card for the tenant.
See this duplicate request for more information : https://feedback.azure.com/forums/169401-azure-active-directory/suggestions/19248715-add-reporting-to-see-how-many-users-have-or-have-n
Consider using Jan Vidar Elven (@skillriver) workaround approach until Microsoft provide a permanent solution for this:
Please merge this request with this one:
Several request for this feature already exist. Please vote for this one: https://feedback.azure.com/forums/169401-azure-active-directory/suggestions/14795625-authentication-phone
@Sadie : Please close or merge :)
I take it this for beyond the 30 days of Audit info? If so yes we need it!
I have tried StrongAuth, but that does not mean 'SSPR Registered', and I can't find any other way of doing this.
For now we are moving Audit logs to storage for 365 days, but we need a way of identifying all users prior to us capturing the audit logs.
We need to be able to identify ALL users that have ever registered for SSPR. Not via the Audit logs.
I know there is something coming for MFA via graph, but 'StrongAuthentication' does not mean the user has registered for SSPR.
This is in high demand. Any news on availability of this feature?
I share your pain! We'd love to know who we haven't reached yet with our comms to understand why and help them.
I am extremely interested in this feature being added.
I would have thought this should be a default feature! We are trying to encourage uptake of SSPR but I have zero visibility of how many people and who has actually successfully registered for SSPR.
Armed with that info, I could target those who havnt.
It seems any info on SSPR is solely limited to the last 30 days of logs.
Having the programmatic access of MFA and SSPR security info and registration status will be great