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Question 78

You are configuring Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for your company's Azure Active Directory (AD) tenant.

You need to restrict the devices from which users can log in to Azure.

What should you do?

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Explanation

You should configure Trusted IP settings. This feature allows you to control the IP addresses from which users can log in to Azure.

You should not install the Microsoft Authenticator app on each user's device. This allows users to receive notification of login attempts, but it does not control which devices are allowed to authenticate.

You should not create a VNet with all private IP addresses. Private addresses are used to communicate within the network, not over the Internet. This option is not relevant to restricting devices from Azure.

You should not create a VNet with all public IP addresses. Public addresses are used to communicate over the Internet. This option is not relevant to restricting devices from Azure.

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