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MC793968 – Disabling IDCRL library based authentication for SharePoint Designer Online (archived)

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check before: 2024-06-01

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SharePoint

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Online, World tenant

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Change type:

User impact, Admin impact, Retirement

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Summary:
The message informs that the IDCRL authentication for SharePoint Designer will be retired on June 15, 2024. Users must follow steps in a Microsoft Community Support Article to enable modern authentication for continued use of SharePoint Designer.

Details:
Updated June 13, 2024: We have updated the additional resources below to provide additional information. Thank you for your patience.
We will be retiring the Identity Client Runtime Library (IDCRL) feature from SharePoint Online.

Office Client applications, since 2013, default to modern authentication and have a seamless experience for the end user. SharePoint Designer however requires some additional steps to support modern authentication. We recommend that all users of SharePoint Designer follow the steps in the Microsoft Community Support Article to ensure SharePoint Designer will continue to work after the final cutoff date.

[When this will happen:]
June 15, 2024

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Created:
2024-05-18

updated:
2024-06-14

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2024-06-14MC MessagesWe will be retiring the Identity Client Runtime Library (IDCRL) feature from SharePoint Online.

Office Client applications, since 2013, default to modern authentication and have a seamless experience for the end user. SharePoint Designer however requires some additional steps to support modern authentication. We recommend that all users of SharePoint Designer follow the steps in the Microsoft Community Support Article to ensure SharePoint Designer will continue to work after the final cutoff date.

[When this will happen:]
June 15, 2024
Updated June 13, 2024: We have updated the additional resources below to provide additional information. Thank you for your patience.
We will be retiring the Identity Client Runtime Library (IDCRL) feature from SharePoint Online.

Office Client applications, since 2013, default to modern authentication and have a seamless experience for the end user. SharePoint Designer however requires some additional steps to support modern authentication. We recommend that all users of SharePoint Designer follow the steps in the Microsoft Community Support Article to ensure SharePoint Designer will continue to work after the final cutoff date.

[When this will happen:]
June 15, 2024
2024-06-14MC Last Updated05/18/2024 00:15:152024-06-14T00:00:10Z
2024-06-14MC prepareTo enable your users to continue to use SharePoint Designer the steps outlined in the Microsoft Community Support blog need to be followed, see:
SharePoint Designer and Modern Authentication
https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-sharepoint-blog/sharepoint-designer-and-modern-authentication/ba-p/382774
To enable your users to continue to use SharePoint Designer the steps outlined in the Microsoft Community Support blog need to be followed, see:
Authentication issues in SharePoint Designer 2013
https://learn.microsoft.com/sharepoint/troubleshoot/administration/authentication-issues-in-sharepoint-designer-2013

*starting April 2022

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