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DavidKing-1191 asked EchoDu-MSFT commented

Sharepoint.com always asks me to pick an account before it logs me in.

Hi When I open a sharepoint online site on my local network in an office I have to pick an account to use on the login.microsoftonline.com site before it passes me through to the site. In the same logged on windows session, if I close my browser and try to open the sharepoint page again I have to pick an account again. Outside of my LAN it holds the logon information while I am still logged into Windows even closing my browsers.

Any guidance on where I should be looking would be appreciated.

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AnupamShri answered

Try this - construct a smart URL to bypass the login.microsoftonline.com login page and save that in your browser favorite - If your sharepoint portal is https://davidking.sharepoint.com and you access using davidking.com domain, try browsing this - https://login.microsoftonline.com/login.srf?wa=wsignin1.0&whr=davidking.com&wreply=https://davidking.sharepoint.com/&LoginOptions=1

This is bypass the login.microsoftonline.com login page and redirect you directly to your company's login page.

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Anupam


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Hello @DavidKing-1191 ,

Welcome to Q&A Forum!

Please following steps:

1.Add the below URLs to IE Trusted sites zone.

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2.Now, click on the "Custom level..." button. Scroll down to the bottom and select "Automatic logon with current username and password".

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3.Make sure Integrated Windows Authentication is enabled in IE.

  • Tools >> Internet Options >> Advanced >> under Security, Enable Integrated Windows Authentication*

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4.Go to Control Panel >> User Accounts >> Manage Windows Credentials >> Under the Windows Credentials heading >> Clicke Add a Windows credential >> Entry the SharePoint Site URL

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