Mike Resseler wrote:I have no timeline for this at this moment. But how do you do this for the account that connects as a service? Does it also use 2FA?
I don't understand the question. I think the actual Office 365 admin credentials that CodeTwo uses to backup all our Office 365 accounts can have 2FA enabled in Office 365. Then in the backup program, instead of typing that user's normal 365 password, we would type the user's generated "app password". The benefit is that the actual admin password doesn't have to be stored anywhere in a 3rd party program, and the obvious benefits of 2FA on the website login.
The details are here: https://www.codetwo.com/kb/using-mfa-with-codetwo-software/
I actually don't use the 2FA feature yet, but I recently started looking at improving the security of our Office365 account, and that's when I learned that Veeam now has a Office365 backup program. I started comparing the feature list of both programs, and found that this 2FA is something I would like to start using, but can't if I switch to Veeam.