So this afternoon I got round to enabling Federated Services on a domain. However, after that, due to various issues with IIS, it's all gone to pot. I now realise I can't login to my Microsoft Online Portal using the account that I created when I signed up. Should this work despite the ADFS problems I'm having or do I need to wait for ADFS to work again before I can login?
I suspect I've made a gaff by enabling federated services on the domain that is also my admin login. (By that I mean I've enabled SSO on mydomain.com and my admin login is email@example.com)
@jamesbmarshall - Any tips?!
Reading online, I can turn off the Federated stuff. But that's assuming I can login to Powershell using those credentials!
Edit: Seems I won't even be able to use Powershell. ("When you are prompted, enter Office 365 administrator credentials that are not SSO-enabled.")