Generate App Password / Disable Multi-Factor Authentication for Office 365 Account
Full Guide to Create App Password or Disable MFA from Office 365 Account
How to Disable Multi-Factor Authentication for O365
Follow step-by-step process to turn-off MFA for Office 365 account
Sign in with the Admin account & opt for Settings >> Services & add-ins from the Microsoft 365 admin center.
From the detailed pane, click on Azure multi-factor authentication option as shown in the screenshot
Afterward, click on Manage multi-factor authentication option.
From the following window, select the User name, whose MFA you are going to remove, by checking its corresponding checkbox. After that, click on Disable.
A pop-up appears on the screen with a message Disable multi-factor authentication?. Click on Yes to continue the procedure.
An acknowledgment message that "multi-factor authentication was disabled for the selected account" appears on the screen
How to Create App Password for Office 365 Account
Follow procedure to generate an Application Password
Sign in to your Office 365 account and click on Gear icon.
From the drop-down menu, click on Update contact preferences.
If the MFA is Enabled & Enforced to the account, then user will get the Additional Security verification option under the Security & Privacy section. After that, click on the Additional security verification option.
Afterward, click on the Create and manage app passwords option.
The additional security verification option will be opened where you need to click on create.
Time to input the software name under the Name section. click on next to proceed further.
Note : The name of software can be of SysTools Office 365 Backup & Restore or Office 365 Export, depending upon which you have purchased.
Finally, you will get the App Password. Click on copy password to clipboard to save it and click on close to end the task.
Now, add this App password in a Password box in sign-in window of the software - Office 365 Backup & Restore / Office 365 Export.