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I'm trying to create a custom signout page, or force a redirect to the login page...really anything other than the default signout.aspx page would be good. There is lots of info out there explaining how to use powershell to set a custom signout page, unfortunately this isn't possible in o365. Has anyone had any experience with overwriting the default signout behaviour?

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You could go to Microsoft Azure behind your O365 tenant and customize the branding of login page to some extent.

P.S. Company branding is a feature that is only available when you enable Azure Active Directory Premium.

Source and Further information: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn532270.aspx

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Currently there is no feature in SharePoint Online for custom Sign out page.

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    This post is about the signout.aspx and not the Access Denied page Jun 19, 2014 at 6:04

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