Enable MFA and Enforcing to access from other application

Login to Office.com with your Global admin credentials.

Step 1:
Click the 'Admin' menu as shown below

Office 365 Admin Menu

Step 2:
Click the 'Users', then 'Active Users', then 'Multi-factor authentication' menu as shown below

Office 365 Admin Menu

Step 3:
Select the user for which you want to enable the MFA, Click the link 'Enable' as shown below

Enable Office 365 MFA

Step 4:
About enabling multi-factor auth
Click the 'enabling multi-factor auth' button as shown below

Disable multi-factor authentication?

Step 5:
Select the user for which you want to enforce MFA, Click the link 'Enforce' as shown below

Office 365 Admin Menu

Step 6:
About non-browser applications
click the 'enforce multi-factor auth' button as shown

enforce multi-factor auth

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