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How to disable Sign in Frequency setting for a user?

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Hello,

 

I am working on configuring the session timeout policies for our Entra ID. Currently, we have sign in frequency set as 14 days through a conditional access policy. There's one common Entra ID account which is being on multiple mobile devices and due to system requirements, we don't want this account to get logged out after a certain period of time once it is signed in. I have excluded this account from the existing session timeout policy. My question is- Now that it does not have any session timeout policy getting applied to, will it be impacted by the default sign in frequency (i.e. 90 days) setting by Microsoft? 

 

Any advice is appreciated.  

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best response confirmed by Galaxy876 (Copper Contributor)
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It will. And by the MFA sign-in window, if MFA is configured. However, if you use the apps regularly, the token should be automatically renewed and you will not see any login prompt.
As far as I can see, the user would be required to signin again after 90 days:
https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/entra/identity-platform/configurable-token-lifetimes
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best response confirmed by Galaxy876 (Copper Contributor)
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It will. And by the MFA sign-in window, if MFA is configured. However, if you use the apps regularly, the token should be automatically renewed and you will not see any login prompt.

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