Enterprise Software Thread, Live@edu "you can't complete that task here" error with SSO in Technical; We have Live@edu set up with the SSO toolkit which has been working fine for 12 months. We are now ...
12th September 2012, 01:59 PM #1
Live@edu "you can't complete that task here" error with SSO
We have Live@edu set up with the SSO toolkit which has been working fine for 12 months. We are now finding that random users get a "you can't complete that task here" page when redirected from the SSO page. If they then go to www.outlook.com they log into their email anyway.
Is this affecting anyone else, or even better anyone got a fix?
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20th September 2012, 04:36 PM #2
Anybody? I know the migration to office365 is well underway, but we can't be the only ones left on live@edu can we?
@jamesbmarshall any thoughts?
The error I am seeing is very simalar to this one 2010 - Sharepoint to Live@Edu SSO Email Integration - SharePoint
Though there seems to be no response to that one either.
21st September 2012, 02:43 PM #3
The SSO toolkit will still work for Live@edu customers until they upgrade. If you're having problems you really need to contact Live@edu support.
You should also familiarise yourself with the upgrade, too; Live@edu Upgrade to Office 365 for education (English) - Live@Edu Upgrade to Office 365 for education - Office 365 - Microsoft Office 365 Community.
Thanks to jamesbmarshall from:
robk (21st September 2012)
23rd September 2012, 02:29 PM #4
Thanks James, I will give support a ring. I am however slightly worried that there seems to be no way of doing seamless Single Sign On with Office 365?
Currently we can Click a link, which uses integrated auth to log in. With Office 365 & AD FS users have to type their email address.
Is there any way of implementing AD FS authentication without the extra step?
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