January 2020

What’s New

  • Sign in with Microsoft
  • Fixes


Sign in with Microsoft

We have now enabled a Microsoft sign-in option for users when signing in to the OneStop Reporting portal.

Users can now choose to use their OneStop Reporting password, or click Sign in with Microsoft to use their Microsoft password.

NOTE: The first time you use Sign in with Microsoft, you must approve this as a sign-in method.


Administrators can also require all users to use Microsoft to sign in. See Require Azure Active Directory (AAD) sign-in for all users below.


Require Azure Active Directory (AAD) sign-in for all users

  1. In the portal, click Settings then Administration.
  2. On the Overview tab, under SECURITY > AZURE ACTIVE DIRECTORY, enter the domain(s) to require Microsoft sign-in for all users. NOTE: The domain(s) you enter here, must be an Azure Active Directory domain(s).
  3. Click Add.

Now all users are required to use their Microsoft account password to sign in to OneStop Reporting and can no longer use their OneStop Reporting password.

NOTE: If users have access to multiple tenants where one requires Microsoft sign-in and another does not, then they are required to sign in again when switching to the tenant that requires Microsoft sign-in.


User signs in with Microsoft account when domain requires Microsoft sign-in

When an administrator has entered a domain under Require Azure Active Directory (AAD) sign-in for the given domains, users will get a Sign in menu where they are asked to select a Microsoft account.



Cloud Agent: Icon indication status of connection: For a short period, customers have not been able to see the status icon for the connection. This issue is now fixed, so the icon is visible again.