Recently Microsoft made it possible to give users an overview in which they can manage their own security information, authentication methods (Security key & MFA), identity and devices etc. This is called the enhanced security info registration experience (figure 1).
Figure 1. Overview of security features from the enhanced security info registration page.
Not enabled by default
The enhanced security info registration experience is not yet enabled by default. When this feature isn’t enabled users will receive a notification such as displayed in figure 2 when they try to access https://myprofile.microsoft.com.
Figure 2. Notification in case the ‘My Profile Experience’ feature isn’t enabled.
Enable preview features for registering and managing enhanced security info
To give users access to these new security feature page, one must enable this feature in the organization’s tenant.
- Sign into the Azure portal -> https://portal.azure.com
- Go to Azure Active Directory -> User settings -> Manage user feature preview settings (figure 3).
Figure 3. Managing user features preview settings in Azure.
- Enable the preview features for a group or all users, in my case I select All (figure 4).
Figure 4. Turn on the user features preview settings in Azure.
Now it’s possible for the users to make use of the new security experience by accessing the following URL’s: