The new Azure AD sign-in and “Keep me signed in” experiences rolling out now!

Community Manager

We're excited to announce that the general availability rollout of the new Azure AD sign-in and “Keep me signed in” experiences has started! These experiences should reach all users globally by the end of the week. Users who go to our sign-in page will start to see the new experiences by default, but a link allowing users to go back to the old experiences will be available until early December to give you some extra time to make the transition.


We'd like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the delays we have had with these features and thank you all for your patience. When we released these experiences in preview, we received a lot of great feedback from you and it was pretty clear we needed to take a little extra time to ensure the new experiences worked well with all the scenarios Azure AD sign-in is used for.




Read about it in the Enterprise Mobility & Security blog.

121 Replies



To make the psso claim work with my non-ADFS IdP, I had to add a claim named psso with name format, and set it to a value of "yes". 


I get this after clicking Yes to the KMSI:


Something went wrong

We cannot sign you in to E-WorkBook Cloud. Wait a moment

and try again. If the problem persists you will need to contact

your system administrator.
Event log shows this:

error code
Failure reason
This occurred due to 'Keep me signed in' interrupt when the user was signing in.
I opened a support case. Just wanted to share my experience.