Make the OWA app compatible with Multi-factor authentication. You should be able to access email and meet compliance MFA requirements
Make the OWA app compatible with Multi-factor authentication. You should be able to access email and meet compliance MFA requirements. Not very efficient to have to open a browser on your device just to access email. If 2 factor is not enabled you can setup your email but today's security requirements should be met.
Mike Shank commented
I have used and loved the OWA app for years, but my company just (smartly) rolled out Duo Mobile 2-factor authentication and now it's useless.
All companies will have 2FA within a year or two. It's time to update your app!
Michael Lambrellis commented
C’mon Microsoft! Make your OWA app compatible with your own MFA. Or at least provide support for app passwords.
Rune Myrhaug commented
New ADAL based autentication needs to be implementet to enable SAML2.0 based IDP sign in. http://blogs.office.com/2014/11/12/office-2013-updated-authentication-enabling-multi-factor-authentication-saml-identity-providers/