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    Follow this guide to generate passwords for apps and services connected to your Microsoft Account which don't support two-factor authentication.
    If you connect your Microsoft Account to a Microsoft app with two-factor authentication turned on, you'll be able to use an app like Microsoft Authenticator to generate a code to allow you to log in. But, if you're attaching something like your email to a third-party client, or older services not supported by two-factor authentication like your Xbox 360, this might not be possible. You'll need a special password generated by your account security settings to log in.
    It's really easy to get one, and here are the steps you need to know.

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    01-02-2017 12:11 PM

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