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Check your recent sign-in attempts | Microsoft 365 Quick Tip


In case you and your team members are working on a small project which has only MFA enabled on the Admin account you’ve been given with, here’s how you can check who was trying to sign-in if it wasn’t any of your team members!!

Microsoft 365 Portal

Simply log-in to M365 Portal (https://portal.office.com/) or even (https://www.microsoft365.com/?auth=2) and then follow the below –

  1. Drop down from the right hand side menu on the top right of your profile in M365, click on View account.
  2. Then, on the left hand side menu, look for My sign-ins.
  3. In here, you’ll find the location and the IP address that was used when someone attempted sign-in from your account.
  4. If it looks like a location you aren’t a part of and suspect this is attempted breach of security, you should let you System Administrator know and also change your password and revaluate your MFA identities.

Hope this helps!

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