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    • mvan

      Hi Jose … When you have purchased the premium version, you can do log out the user from Office 365 when that user logs out from WordPress and have him / her being redirected to a goto-after URL (more info here). The Personal-use version, however, will always send the user back to the WordPress login form, because all other pages could potentially send the user immediately back to Microsoft for authentication and then you’re caught in a loop. With the upcoming version 4.7 of the premium version, a new capability will be added to always send the user to the goto-after URL, also when the user isn’t logged out from Office 365.

  1. We have installed the plugin and it works great however we can only have Office/Azure logins to our website now and we would still like to have standard Word Press login as well as single sign on option – does the pro version of the plugin allow that? If so, how?

    • mvan

      Part of the idea of the plugin is to allow for both WordPress only users (e.g. admins) and O365 users. The first group should thus still be able to navigate to the login form. This is also important in case of a “disaster” and when Sign in with Microsoft for which ever reason isn’t working as expected.

      Alternatively you can also select the Intranet scenario and combine it with a login link that is created by the Sign in with Microsoft shortcode.

      Or – if you want your users to always log in using their credentials – you can enable interception of manual logins. If the credentials entered match (one of) the custom domain(s) or the default domain, the login attempt will cause the user being forwarded to the Microsoft authentication endpoint instead. But in this case the user must have entered at least his username, which isn’t the best user experience (but it may help for example again brute force attacks).

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