Recover Office 365 MFA( Multi-Factor Authentication) App Password

When using Multi Factor Authentication in Office 365, most user forget to keep a backup note of the App Password Generated.

App Password once created it cannot be reveled , the only way to recover it is to create a new one instead. so in this article i have given 7 Easy Steps

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  1. Login to Your Email through http://portal.office.com
  2.  Authenticate the Email with the 6-Digit pin sent to you Mobile Phone which was“previously registered”

Now Click the Setting Icon as Mentioned in Figure 1.1 and select “office 365” under “My app settings”

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2. Select “Security & Privacy” in the Setting Panel Right Hand Side as shown in figure 2.0

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3. Select the Sub Option    “Additional security verification” and Click the Hyperlink that Mention“Update Your phone numbers used for account security “as Shown in Figure 3.0

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4.  The Office 365 Additional Security Verification Page as shown in figure 4.0                                 the word” App passwords” are highlighted in grey hyperlink click to proceed

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5. In The App Password area you can see the initially created App Password, that cannot be reveled so you can delete the current App Password and create a new or create an Additional one as shown in the Figure 5.0

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6. Add a name to the text box shown below and click next (Please use your name)

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7. You copy the created “App Password” you can note down to a notepad or OneNote or else you can copy to clipboard by pressing the Button “copy password to clipboard

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By creating the app password, you have to use this password instead of your o365 mail password to the apps ex: Outlook, OneDrive, Skype for business and etc.

For Any Inquiry Please contact Me Through Mail nicola.wimanna@outlook.com

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