Azure AD SSO Prompt vs Microsoft AD SSO Prompt

Sean Rierson 1 Reputation point Microsoft Employee

While trying to authenticate to VPN endpoints, users are presented with two different sign-in prompts. Can someone explain why a user would get one versus the other? Currently a user is getting the standard Microsoft AD SSO login prompt and not the Azure AD SSO login prompt and can't login as they need to use a non account.



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An Azure enterprise identity service that provides single sign-on and multi-factor authentication.
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  1. Christian Brasolin 1 Reputation point

    Don't know why some PC work in this way, you have to give to those PC a second account to choose. Go in the account setting and under "email & account" add another account Exchance/o365 under "accounts used be email, calendar, and contacts", click cancel when ask for exchange email/password.
    When the account is added, start GP and you should have the choice.

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