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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Please do something about this MS:

    Reply to MS O365 Support:
    I’m not looking for password less authentication – I want multi-factor authentication (username/password AND something you have – a U2F token) for Office 365. And preferably without the license requirement of Azure AD P1 or P2 – which would be a significant (and probably impossible) expense for our organisation. I also do not want to use a U2F token in conjunction with a mobile app – that just makes it even more cumbersome.

    I’m astonished there is nothing on the roadmap especially considering that the UserVoice request (which I have submitted to) has been running since 2015!

    As I mentioned, many other prominent cloud services allow you to use FIDO2/U2F tokens for authentication – why is Microsoft not even considering this method of authentication?

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Please, Please Microsoft add U2F/FIDO2 support in Office 365 - and do it as standard so that you don't have to upgrade to Azure AD P2 or P2.

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