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Hi all, I have a question about portals, we need to hide the Azure AD button into Singin page on Customer Service Portal
What is the method supported to achieve it?
Although Authentication/Registration/ExternalLoginEnabled key be set to false Azure AD button still appears.
Thanks and regards.
I had the same issue and followed zabbys idea of hiding the button and label using css - the post is at: community.dynamics.com/.../208312
I contacted Microsoft and they said to modify the theme.css by adding the following at the end of the file:
This did hide the button... but you then need to blank out the "External Sign-in...." text. The two lines are still there so I blanked out the "Sign In" text as well. The lines are a little annoying but it is ok for a workaround... Hopefully they fix the "Authentication/Registration/ExternalLoginEnabled" parameter to work as expected.
Paul, first sorry for not answering before (I've been out of order for a few months), secondly this workaround was enough to cover my case, thank you very much.
This appears to have been recently fixed in portals. Add the following site setting and set to "false"
There is no need to write a code to achieve this. This is possible OOB:
If you have already been made the value of site setting to 'False'. Then Restart the Portal is the mandatory steps to get this reflected on Portal.
If found useful, please mark the answer as verified.
I found on my portals I did NOT have to restart the portal. Clearing the cache via the "/_services/about" is all I had to do.
Clearing the cache with "/_services/about" worked for me as well with d365 CRM portals.
This information helped me solve my issue.
check this article to hide azure button.....
If you have performed all the steps which mention in this article....... then it must be problem of cache.........To resolve cache problem..... check this article......
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