How to Cre­ate an App Pass­word for 2‑Step Verification of Microsoft Account

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Guide: How to Cre­ate an App Pass­word for 2‑Step Verification of Microsoft Account

Yesterday we talked about activating two-step verification for your Microsoft / Outlook.com account. If you’ve done that, it’s okay because now your account is more secure. There is one caveat, however.

The problem is, if you use desktop email clients or applications to receive emails from your Outlook.com account, they may stop working. Your account password is not enough for the customers to download emails from your account. An example of the connection error or password requirement is shown below.

I faced this issue with MS Outlook desktop client after activating two-step verification. Now the question is how do we get through?

Microsoft offers a solution and that is exactly what we are going to discuss today.

Microsoft calls this solution app passwordThe concept is that you can request an app password from Microsoft for any app / client that refuses to work with your default password. The new app password will get you through.

Note: You need a unique app password for every app you use (you can create as many as you want). The same password does not work for multiple applications.

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Steps to create an app password

The easiest thing is to follow this link and get yourself a password. If it doesn’t work then follow the steps below: –

Step 1: Log in to your account and go to your Microsoft account summary page. In the left pane, go to the Security info section.

safety information

Step 2: In the right pane, scroll down to find the app passwords section. Then click on the link that says Create a new app password.

Create an app password E1366645641453

Step 3: When the above step is completed, you will be taken to a new page showing your app password. Copy the password.

App password E1366645744873

Step 4: Open the application that refused to connect (in my case it was MS Outlook) and paste the app password you just generated.

That is it. Your application should connect as before. The good thing is that you only have to do this once for each app.

If you decide not to use the desktop application, you must delete any passwords you have created. Please refer to the second link on the picture from step 2.

Remove existing passwords

You can also choose to perform this activity to refresh your applications. In such a scenario, you can delete the existing passwords and generate new ones for new use.

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Conclusion

The solution is quite simple and approachable. I’ve already tried it with two to three apps and they all responded to the new app password. If you encounter such problem after activating the two-step verification process, you should try this right away.

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