Start with BitTitan Perform a Migration Solve a Problem

Will MigrationWiz work when two-factor or multi-factor authentication is in place?

Follow

Comments

4 comments

  • Avatar
    Greg S

    Hello ,

    All our accounts on 365 are REQUIRED to have MFA enabled. That includes all user and admin accounts.  It's a  Microsoft CSP requirement, and they check.  Please update this document to let others know if they have similar MFA requirements, the admin account's "app" password can be used to authenticate . 

     

    0
    Comment actions Permalink
  • Avatar
    Anne Kohler

    Hello Greg,

    Thank you for letting us know!  I will submit a ticket to our Knowledge Base team to have this article updated with that information.

    0
    Comment actions Permalink
  • Avatar
    Benjamin Plummer

    Here's what Microsoft told me to do:

    It worked like a charm to turn off 2FA for the whole tenant so the migration would work.

     

    Turn off MFA -

     - Go to Office admin center - admin.microsoft.com

     - Search for Multi factor authentication on the admin homepage.

     - Choose the users and disable MFA.

     

    Turn OFF security defaults -

     - Sign into Azure active directory - portal.azure.com

     - Click "Azure active directory" > Properties > "Manage Security Defaults"

     - Turn Off "Security defaults".

    0
    Comment actions Permalink
  • Avatar
    Kyle Rinner

    Benjamin,

    Thank you for sharing the fix that was provided to you by Microsoft.

    Kyle

    0
    Comment actions Permalink

Please sign in to leave a comment.