Galaxy TabPro S - Microsoft Passport (SM-W703)

Last Update date : Oct 01. 2020

Microsoft Passport


Microsoft Passport replaces passwords with strong two-factor authentication that consists of an enrolled device and a Windows Hello (biometric) or PIN. It serves as a single point entry to all of the Microsoft products such as outlook.com, Microsoft Store, Office, Skype, OneDrive, Windows, Xbox, and much more.

Note: Screens and settings available may vary by wireless service provider and software version.

Create a Microsoft Passport PIN


1. Select the Start menu Windows icon.

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2. Select Windows Settings.

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3. Select Windows Accounts.

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4. Select Sign-in options.

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5. Select Add under PIN to create a PIN.

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6. Users must reenter their password, for the account that it registered onto the device, then select Sign in.

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7. Enter the PIN under New PIN and the same applies for Confirm PIN.

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8. Select OK to finish setting up your PIN.

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