Title: Users may be unable to access multiple Microsoft 365 services
User Impact: Users may be unable to access multiple Microsoft 365, Azure, and Dynamics 365 services.
More info: Any service that leverages Azure Active Directory (AAD) may be affected.
While we’re focused on remediating all residual impact as soon as possible, some users may continue to experience the following:
Intune: Admins and users may intermittently experience the following scenarios: -Admins may notice enrollment failures as devices retry enrollment -Applications may not all be shown in the UX or users may see 401 errors -Compliance checks may not be successful -Exporting reports may fail -Admins may notice their tenant's device are not visible within the Intune admin portal
Microsoft Managed Desktop: Admins may be unable to perform actions within the Microsoft Managed Desktop admin portal. In addition, this issue may impact end users' ability to interact with new Microsoft Managed Desktop devices. PowerBI: Users leveraging Gen2 Premium capacities may see delayed load times. Additional information regarding Premium capacities can be found here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/admin/service-premium-what-is#power-bi-premium-generation-2-preview OneNote: Users may see multiple authentication prompts or "permission denied" when opening notebooks via the Desktop app. OneNote Online can be leveraged to workaround the issue. Office Web Applications: Users may notice general service degradation for Microsoft Excel. Microsoft Streams: Users may experience playback issues when using Microsoft Stream.
Outlook.com: Recovered. Office Licensing: Recovered. Microsoft Teams: Recovered. Exchange Online: Recovered. Microsoft Forms: Recovered. SharePoint Online/OneDrive for Business: Recovered. Yammer: Recovered. Admin portal: Recovered.