Using the Embed Code in an LMS

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I'm trying to embed videos in my courses that are delivered via LMS to internal participants.  When they get to the video, the results are very inconsistent.  Some are presented with the "Log in or sign up" screen, some go direct to the video, and many get stuck on the "log in" process and it never works.  This is making Stream completely unusable from a training perspective.  We are using Windows 10, and the latest Edge Chromium browser.  Is there a reason the SSO credentials are passing through and logging them in automatically?

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