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Topic # 232254 6-Apr-2018 22:25
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Seems there's a global authentication (and possibly lots more services) issue with Office 365 and some Azure services.  If anyone is looking after these services, you can currently get updates from Twitter more reliably than from the Microsoft service status pages.  

 

https://twitter.com/AzureSupport/with_replies

 

https://twitter.com/Office365Status

 

Good luck out there!


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  Reply # 1989830 7-Apr-2018 05:29
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At least it wasn't during business hours here in NZ





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  Reply # 1989911 7-Apr-2018 10:09
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Didn't notice anything, did it affect customers using on-prem ADFS?










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  Reply # 1991021 7-Apr-2018 13:29
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@gbwelly I don't think so, but I have a mate who was in the middle of an exchange migration to exchange online and they lost all access.  Pretty sure they're not adfs. 


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