To set up Multi-Factor Authentication using the Microsoft Authenticator app follow the steps described in this manual.
BEFORE YOU GET STARTED
- The manual is written for UT guests only.
- You need a smartphone with Android or iOS.
- This manual uses a consistent style of writing: references to text and buttons on screens are printed in italics, information that you must enter yourself is printed in bold.
- When switching to a new phone, make sure to add it here (select Add method) before deleting the Microsoft Authenticator app on your old phone.
SET UP MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION
Open an application for which Multi Factor Authentication is enabled. Log in with your UT e-mail address and password. Next you will see the following message:
Open the Microsoft Authenticator app on your phone and click Next on the pc.
When prompted, allow notifications. Then add an account, and select “other account (Google, Facebook, etc.)"
Scan the QR code displayed on the pc with your phone and click Next.
A test notification is sent, please unlock your phone with fingerprint, face, or PIN and approve. If successful, you will see the following message:
Click Next, the Microsoft Authenticator app is configured. Click Done in the next screen to continue signing in.
We advise you to set up a second verification method. You can add an extra method here.
For more information see: Add non-Microsoft accounts to the Microsoft Authenticator app