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This post uses to both Microsoft 365 Enterprise and Office 365 Enterprise.
Read this post to find out how Office 2013, Office 2016, and Office 2019 customer apps utilize modern-day authentication functions based upon the authentication setup on the Microsoft 365 occupant for Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Skype for Business Online.
Legacy customer apps, such as Office 2010 and Office for Mac 2011, do not support contemporary authentication and can just be utilized with standard authentication.
Availability of modern-day authentication for Microsoft 365 services
For the Microsoft 365 services, the default state of modern-day authentication is:
- Turned on for Exchange Online by default. See Enable or disable modern-day authentication in Exchange Online to turn it off or on.
- Turned on for SharePoint Online by default.
- Turned on for Skype for Business Online by default. See Enable Skype for Business Online for modern-day authentication to turn it off or on.
For renters developed prior to August 1, 2017, contemporary authentication is turned off by default for Exchange Online and Skype for Business Online.
Sign-in habits of Office customer apps
Office 2013 customer apps support tradition authentication by default. Tradition implies that they support either Microsoft Online Sign-in Assistant or fundamental authentication. In order for these customers to utilize contemporary authentication functions, the Windows customer need to have computer registry secrets set. For guidelines, see Enable Modern Authentication for Office 2013 on Windows gadgets
To make it possible for modern-day authentication for any gadgets running Windows (for instance on laptop computers and tablets), that have Microsoft Office 2013 set up, you require to set the following computer system registry secrets. The secrets need to be set on each gadget that you wish to allow for modern-day authentication:
|HKCU SOFTWARE Microsoft Office 150 Common Identity EnableADAL||REG_DWORD||1|
|HKCU SOFTWARE Microsoft Office 150 Common Identity Version||REG_DWORD||1|
Read How to utilize Modern Authentication (ADAL) with Skype for Business to find out about how it deals with Skype for Business.