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How can I remove Security Key and Github sign-in options from the login window?

Hello,

I added external identity providers such as Facebook and Google in my Azure Active Directory to authenticate users. And I want only these options to be present on the Sign-In Options window.

Is it possible to remove other options: "Sing in with a security key" and "Sign in with Github"?

Thank you!

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@IhorKuliiev-6228
Thank you for your post!

I reached out to my team to see if you can remove the "Sign in with a security key" and "Sign in with GitHub" options from the sign-in window. But since this is a built-in Microsoft sign-in page, we don't believe you can edit this specifically for GitHub. However, when it comes to Security Key authentication, you can try to disable this within your Authentication methods in Azure Active Directory to see if this removes it from the sign-in page.

Sign in with a security key:
Azure Active Directory -> Security -> Authentication Methods -> Select FIDO2 Security Key
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I hope this helps!


If you have any other questions, please let me know.
Thank you for your time and patience throughout this issue.


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Hello @JamesTran-MSFT!

Thank you for your answer. Unfortunately, this does not help. Actually, this setting was set to "No" by default in my case.

But thank you anyway!

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