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Disabling IDCRL library based authentication for SharePoint Designer Online

Disabling IDCRL library based authentication for SharePoint Designer Online

The IDCRL authentication for SharePoint Designer will be retired on June 15, 2024, and users must follow the steps outlined in a Microsoft Community Support Article to enable modern authentication for continued use of SharePoint Designer. According to the Microsoft post, the Identity Client Runtime Library (IDCRL) feature will be retired from SharePoint Online while Office Client applications have already been defaulting to modern authentication since 2013. After the cutoff date, users of SharePoint Designer will no longer be able to authenticate using IDCRL protocols. To ensure that SharePoint Designer works as expected beyond that date, users must follow the Microsoft Community Support Article.

If you're a user of SharePoint Designer, you must follow the steps outlined in the Microsoft Community Support blog to enable your users to continue using SharePoint Designer. The post reassures that the user experience with Office Client applications won't be affected by this change, but SharePoint Designer requires additional steps to support modern authentication. Ensure that you follow the outlined steps before June 15, 2024, to avoid any disruptions.

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