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ChrisPhillips-8942 asked JamesTran-MSFT commented

Azure AD MFA, Godaddy, AD Premium License purchase

Currently our org uses o365 licenses that we purchased through GoDaddy. I would like to enable MFA for our azure users, but I'm not sure which AD license to purchase. I noticed reccomendations for Enterprise e5, and premium p2, but the reccomendations sign you up for 250/100 licenses respectively. Our currently only has 10 people, so we do not need so many licenses. How can I purchase just a few licenses for my teammates so that I can enable MFA?

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alfredorevilla-msft answered JamesTran-MSFT commented

Hello @chrisphillips-8942. MFA as a stand alone feature does not require any license. You can enable it on a per user basis or using Azure AD Security Defaults. For more information about additional licenses take a look to Available versions of Azure Multi-Factor Authentication.

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