Do you use MFA to protect your Global Admin and other privileged accounts? In most cases this is best practice, but what do you do if MFA is down? If you use your cell phone for MFA, what happens if the phone is lost, or the cellular network is down? That’s what Azur emergency access or “break glass” accounts are for.
In this video, we start with an overview of the problem break glass accounts solve, then we look at specific requirements for emergency access accounts. After that, we review ways to protect and monitor access to these accounts. Finally, we log into the portal and configure an emergency access account and monitoring.
Code used in the video:
| project UserId, CreatedDateTime, ResultDescription
| where UserId == "<UserID>"
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