Sign in is easy, convenient, and secure when you use Microsoft Authenticator. Use your phone, not your password, to log into your Microsoft account. You simply have to enter your username, then approve the notification sent to your phone. Your fingerprint, face ID, or PIN will provide a second layer of security in this two step verification process. After, you'll have access to all your Microsoft products and services, such as Outlook, OneDrive, Office, and more. Microsoft Authenticator also supports multi factor authentication for work, school, and non-Microsoft accounts. The app provides a second layer of security after your password. When logging in, you'll enter your password, and then you'll be asked for an additional way to prove it's really you. Either approve the notification sent to the Microsoft Authenticator, or enter the verification code generated by the app. Sometimes your work or school might ask you to install the Microsoft Authenticator when accessing certain files, emails, or apps. You will need to register your device to your organization through the app and add your work or school account. Microsoft Authenticator also supports cert-based authentication by issuing a certificate on your device. This will let your organization know that the sign-in request is coming from a trusted device and help you seamlessly and securely access additional Microsoft apps and services without needing to log into each. Because Microsoft Authenticator supports single sign-on, once you have proven your identity once, you will not need to log in again to other Microsoft apps on your device.
Fails to log in correctly as most Microsoft products do
What is it that you do with this app 99% of the time? Get your 2FA code! Guess what’s no longer on the opening screen. Your 2FA code!!!! How is that user friendly when that is the main thing to come to the app for. Bury it down a click, I always grunt when I have to enter my code by opening an app let alone have to then do an extra click. (I know the value in 2FA and try to set it up with every account I’m able, but I still grunt haha)
My Apple desk top died. I bought a laptop. I can get microsoft word etc on new compute yet you just charged me $9.99. Very unhappy wit your company. Just spen 1 hour to reset it up. I should have 5 computers have access. Marie Corie 561-339-3675
It doesn’t work!!
So I’ve been using this app for around a year or two and a few months ago it started refusing to open and wiped all of its account codes, now if any one of the accounts it was linked to log out at all, I get permanently locked out and lose all data on said accounts.
This is a undeniable app I tried hardc and don’t know what to do!this app is VERY complicated for me!
With the new update if someone has had your account on their Authenticator app previously they can hack into your account and steal it!, it would be very good if they remove the ability to change info on the app!
Well, it’s that time again, folks! Apple has fouled up something on their iTunes App Store servers, and so those of us who are still using iTunes 12.6.5 for Enterprise iOS device support and management are unable to (1) download new purchases from the store, and (2) update existing apps. When you clock the “download” button in the App Store, you see a message “Downloading …” but nothing happens and no error message appears. Similarly, if you click the “update” button on an app update, or the “Update All Apps” button, you will see the same “Downloading …” messages, but nothing will actually download and you’ll see no error message to explain why. This happens for every single app in the app store and every single update shown in the iTMS app updates interface. Maybe the Big Brains at Apple have chosen this particular moment to finally, silently cut off all iOS app download/update methods except those done via the iDevice’s individual App Store interfaces, making it impossible for IT managers to control app purchase/update rollouts across all of their devices in anything other than an anarchic, catch-as-catch-can fashion. Or maybe they’ve just bungled their backend app update servers, like they seem to do with increasing frequency throughout these last few years of continuing decay and cr*pification of Apple’s feeble Web Services offerings. As usual, Apple support aren’t listening to end-users who submit error reports for this issue, so the only recourse for us is to pass the buck by giving one-star reviews to every app update that’s affected, in the hopes that developers with money on the line and access to actual iTunes Technical Support (as opposed to the teenage babysitters assigned to deal with lowly end-users) can get the problem fixed sometime before the next ice age arrives. As of 18:22 on Monday, 23 March 2020, this is the list of app updates I’ve found that exhibit this problem: Acorns American Airlines AT&T Call Protect BestParking Blue Shield of California CARR DocuSign DuckDuckGo Cornell University’s eBird Epocrates Eventbrite Fandango Farmers Insurance File Hub Garmin Explore Google’s Gmail Google Drive Hulu ibotta IMDB Instagram Joule Lyft Lyft Driver Medium Microsoft Authenticator Microsoft OneDrive Microsoft Outlook MLB Ballpark MyTSA Netflix Nextdoor O’Reilly Publishers OmniFocus 3 Pandora ParkWhiz Patreon Periscope Live Video Streaming Photoshop Express Postmates Priceline Progressive Insurance Reddit RegEx Lab Rocket.Chat Route: Package & Order Tracker SmallFish Chess Snapchat Songkick SoundCloud Spotify StubHub Sync - Secure cloud storage Ticketmaster Travelocity Waze WordPress Yahoo Sports YouTube Zillow Zomato 17Track