After years of clicking “yes” on the dialog:
I finally decided it was time to turn it off. While it might be useful in web browsers, it’s generally not useful in the types of OS deployment and provisioning scenarios that I typically use because there is no “cookie” retained to remember that choice (and often, the OS itself isn’t retained either). (So don’t think this is a suggestion for everyone to turn this off — for normal users in normal scenarios, it works just fine.)
Fortunately, it’s easy to turn off in the Azure AD company branding settings:
Change “Show option to remain signed in” to “No” and you’re all set. (Of course that’s documented here. Presumably this requires Azure AD Premium or equivalent, since that is a general requirement for company branding overall.)
Categories: Azure Active Directory
I need help on the topic https://oofhours.com/2020/09/27/coming-soon-improvements-to-app-installation-error-handling-in-esp/
Installation exceeded the time limit set by your organization during Device Setup Apps (Failed).
“Get-AutopilotESPStatus.ps1 -CABFile C:\Logs.cab -online” gets shows Not installed. But it did not say which apps failed.
Please help to find which apps failed and how to find fix the issue
Doesn’t that mean you now have to sign in every time?
Regardless of setting, the Genius at Microsoft have made sure that the function will not work, regardless if you select “yes” or “no”. It comes up EVERY time you want to sign in. Keep me signed in for 30 days? Yeah, how about ask me EVERY time I want to sign in, from the same browser and PC.
LOL it’s the little things that count