Windows 10: MFA(2FA) randomly prompting users?

Discus and support MFA(2FA) randomly prompting users? in Microsoft Windows 10 Store to solve the problem; Hello, We have MFA enabled for users and some of them are reporting receiving prompts to allow a windows login attempt(Maybe they're being... Discussion in 'Microsoft Windows 10 Store' started by Jtowns25, Aug 27, 2019.

  1. Jtowns25 Win User

    MFA(2FA) randomly prompting users?


    Hello,


    We have MFA enabled for users and some of them are reporting receiving prompts to allow a windows login attempt(Maybe they're being hacked!) but when checking in the admin center, the prompt was caused each time by an entity known as "Universal Store Native Client" which is an Application from the Resource: "Windows Store for Business"(Oh thank goodness its just a false negative. But now we're plagued with these false negatives!).


    My question is; How would I go about fixing this issue?


    I haven't found it so far within the Settings>Apps>Apps & Features area. I see Windows Store, but no Windows Store for Business. And even within the regular Windows Store settings I see nothing which seems out of place or like it would cause an MFA prompt spontaneously during the day. The kicker is, nothing pops up on the PC, just the notification on the phone. So if the fix is something like "just hit allow", we're taking a big leap of faith then since there's no visible evidence that when we get prompted in order to confirm that we're allowing the Windows Store and not some hacker with good timing. That's a big risk.


    So if there's any other, safer, more secure way to fix this issue, please help! Any ideas or suggestions are more than welcome too!

    :)
     
    Jtowns25, Aug 27, 2019
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  2. Weseli Win User

    Powershell commands to query On Premises MFA Server

    What powershell commands are available to query On Premises MFA Server to report on users who have successfully installed and activated their MFA accounts?
     
    Weseli, Aug 27, 2019
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  3. cwtech Win User
    command prompt will not open in safe mode with command prompt

    Would I just follow the same steps within safe mode after hooking up to the other system?
     
    cwtech, Aug 27, 2019
    #3
  4. Anne Ros Win User

    MFA(2FA) randomly prompting users?

    On Premises MFA Server - Powershell commands

    Hi Jay,

    Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a two-step verification method of authentication which requires more than one verification method and add additional security layer for users. Your concern of activating it through a user portal is complicated that what
    is typically answered here in Microsoft Answers Forum and is best suited for our IT Professionals audience in TechNet Forum. Refer to this
    link to post your query on TechNet Windows 10 IT Pro Forum.

    Let us know if you need anything else. We're here to help.
     
    Anne Ros, Aug 27, 2019
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