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Azure AD MFA for SharePoint Server Sites

Hi All,


We have a customer who has a SharePoint Server 2019 installation in Azure VM which is domain joined to Azure AD. There is no Windows AD present. As per new security rules, they are trying to enable MFA for SharePoint Sites so that whenever the user(Azure AD) access the sites, they get MFA prompt. Though MFA access is enabled through Security Defaults, we don't get any prompts for multi-factor authentication.


We also tried to set up Azure AD as a Trusted Identity Provider in SharePoint and added SSL trust relationships and we had no luck.


Please guide us with some inputs.

@trevorseward


Thanks in Advance

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Thanks @trevorseward for the prompt reply, I have followed your suggestions in SO. Though it might be a duplication of my response in SO, adding it here as well : )

As per your suggestion, I Introduced On Prem AD to the current setup, enabled MFA for Azure AD and added a Trusted Identity Provider in SP.Now the MFA is working fine.
However since the client has been using the setup (SP Server connected to AzureAD directly) for long time, is there a way to achieve MFA without the introduction of an OnPrem AD ? Say for instance the App Proxy solution that you have suggested, does that involve On Prem AD as well ?

Thanks
Priyan

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