“Not entirely what I was asking. If it is enabled by the administrator for a user, is it then mandatory, or can the user elect to finish enabling it? i.e could I enable it for all users, and only those who really want to use it enable it?
If not, could this be put in as a change design request? Being able to set between 'required' , 'disabled' , or 'optional (user choice)', would be helpful in large environments. With over 40,000 student accounts, we won't know in advance who has or does not have a cell method for second factor, so blindly setting all to 'required' would be very bad, but if we could set all to user choice, we could probably get to 85% usage in just a few days.”
“For Educational Institutions, we would want to have 2-factor to be optional per-user, and have it so the user could opt-in/opt-out. Will the current system allow the user to selectively opt-in, or can this only be flagged by the administrator?
If only the administrator can flag this, can this be controlled by PowerShell, so that we could build an opt-in/opt-out page on our own systems that remotely triggers the setting for the user?”