How To Resolve Microsoft Office 365 Problems In Mac
Installation of Microsoft Office 365 might be a tricky one and you might need Support, yes! But installation of office 365 in Mac is a lot trickier and a lot more complicated! With a chance of a lot of errors popping up, like “Your Windows is taking too long to install” to “Invalid product key”, a plethora of errors line up! While it Is true that these errors pop up even in a Windows installation, there is a higher probability of you getting the errors in a Macintosh! So, here is a fix to one of the commonly found problems after the installation of Microsoft office 365, “sorry we are having some temporary server issues” where in the server wouldn’t let you log in!
There is already a blog in the site that talks about the fix for the same issue while installing it in a windows computer! Here is the fix for a Macintosh installation!
In your Microsoft Office 365 account, please turn off an option that says “two factor authentication” in the security drop down! This alone might potentially support solving half the issues a Mac user faces, letting them live happily ever after!
The right next thing to do is to check to where your location is assigned and to what your language is assigned. If at all it is set your preference, please for the time being change it back to English for language, and United States for the nation! Once your login is successful, you can come back and revert it back!
These two steps alone should solve half the signing in problems, for Mac users attempting to install Microsoft Office. We do understand that the customer care provided for Mac users are considerably lesser when compared to people who use Windows! It might not seem ethical, but anything when business comes in play!
But why bother when we are here to provide the support you need? If at anything pops up, regardless of if the operating system is iOS or Microsoft Windows, regardless of the Office suit model, we attempt Supporting you! Please understand that the above given fixes are given to you on the assumptions that –
- You have your product ID intact, the one that was given to you during purchase.
- Your issue is minor and can be fixed with a generic action like this.