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We had a similar situation with office 365 and yammer embed in IE 11. Enabling Protected Mode for the Trusted Sites Zone (Internet Options > Security > Trusted Sites > Enable Protected Mode) solved it. Apparently Protected Mode used to be on by default in IE but no longer is.
Single-Sign-On (SSO) process authenticates recognized users and opens access to multiple applications, to which they have been granted rights. Logging in the first time authorizes the users to access all applications and enables them to switch between them as needed. The users then don’t need to enter their password each time. This lasts until the Users log ...
The process to create a smart link is described on the Microsoft web site. http://community.office365.com/en-us/w/sso/358.using-smart-links-or-idp-initiated-authentication-with-office-365.aspx In a nutshell: Use a browser tool like Fiddler to sniff the URLs that happen when you visit https://portal.office365.com, outlook.office365.com, or the ...
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