Updated November 18 2022: We have updated the content below for clarification. Thank you for your patience.
As communicated in MC278815 (August ’21) Microsoft 365 apps and services ended providing support for Internet Explorer 11 in August, 2021.
Beginning mid-January, 2023, access to SharePoint Online and OneDrive from Internet Explorer 11 and Edge IE will be hard blocked for all users. Users should access these services through a modern browser, and we recommend Microsoft Edge as a faster, more innovative browser than IE11.
When this will happen
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How this will affect your organization
Once the hard block is deployed, the connection requests will fail and users will no longer be able to access these services through IE11. These users would need to use a modern browser, such as Microsoft Edge, to continue accessing SharePoint Online and OneDrive.
Current soft block experience:
Future hard block experience:
What you need to do to prepare
If you still use IE11 to access SharePoint or OneDrive content, we strongly recommend you review the following guidelines to help avoid service disruption for users:
- Deploy a modern browser such as Microsoft Edge
- Prepare your SharePoint environment for the retirement of Internet Explorer 11 for Microsoft 365 apps and services – SharePoint in Microsoft 365 | Microsoft Docs
Note: If your organization has already finished upgrading to Microsoft Edge, no further actions are needed.
- Please click Additional Information to learn more: Microsoft apps and services to end support for Internet Explorer 11
Message ID: MC454797
Product: Azure Active Directory, FastTrack, Microsoft 365 admin center, Microsoft 365 suite, Microsoft Edge, OneDrive, Outlook, SharePoint, Teams, Windows, Windows 10
Platform: Online, Web, Windows Desktop, World tenant
Change type: User impact, Admin impact, Retirement