Beginning in 2020, Office 365 users will need to set up multi-factor authentication in order to access and use their services. Make sure to have individual users log in to set up their two-factor authentication once multi-factor authentication has been enabled.
- Admin User: Log in to the admin center of Office 365 to enable multi-factor authentication for each Office 365 user. Please see Microsoft's Set up Multi-Factor Authentication documentation for step-by-step instructions.
- Each Office 365 User: Log in to your account to set up the two-factor authentication. Please see Microsoft's Set up Two-Factor Authentication documentation for step-by-step instructions.
If you do not save the App password in the steps above, you can reference 'Microsoft Account App Passwords' to reset the App passwords and connect your email clients (such as Outlook, Thunderbird, Apple Mail, iPhone, iPad, Android, and Tablets).
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