learn.microsoft.com incomplete login from ios device with Safari and edge

Duran-2325 35 Reputation points
2023-01-17T16:58:40.1766667+00:00

Hi all,

From some days to now, I can't make login/sign-up in Microsoft learn (learn.microsoft.com) using any Apple IOS device (ipad and/or iphone), it fails under safari and edge on these devices. After pressing Sign-in and validate credentials, the page do not load in my account, it remains in unlogged state.

The login process seems valid and no errors are triggered.

Testing in Safari browser on Mac we can see a console error:

Unhandled Promise Rejection: SyntaxError: Invalid regular expression: invalid group specifier name

And after pressing Sign-in again, another error on browser console:

Unhandled Promise Rejection: BrowserAuthError: interaction_in_progress: Interaction is currently in progress. Please ensure that this interaction has been completed before calling an interactive API. For more visit: aka.ms/msalj...

Anyone had this error on Apple IOS devices? My IOS version is 16.2.

Another point is that on MacOS, this error appear on Safari 16.2 but not in Safari Technology Preview 16.4

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  1. Duran-2325 35 Reputation points
    2023-01-31T14:05:38.05+00:00

    It seems that bug is now resolved and Microsoft Learn portal is working fine again with iOS devices (iphone & iPads). I can confirm that on my devices authentication is working again :)

    Thank you so much Microsoft Learning team for resolving this issue :)

    Warm regards.

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