Thank your for your time and patience on this. I was able to review this and investigated through the possibility of using i.e., using https://login.microsoftonline.com**/common/v2.0 instead of https://login.microsoftonline.com/<tenantID>/**v2.0 as an alternative.
But found that as common is not going towards any endpoint for response, the auth request would not work. So for any Microsoft Azure AD tenant to be used as issuer tenant ID must be defined https://login.microsoftonline.com**/<tenantID>/**v2.0 however if its a live, hotmail, etc account then "live.com" could be be used.
In addition to my comment with alternative solution above, I would like to thank you for the feedback provided on survey. We found that your recent engagement on this question was rated low.
However, as we are able to share the verified reason in the post, would you be so kind as to re-evaluate your feedback, rate the overall experience by taking the survey again and provide your experience on this thread please?