Microsoft cloud-based services go offline

Microsoft cloud-based services go offline

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On Tuesday morning, a range of Microsoft cloud-based services went offline for a brief period of time.

Around 30,000 people reported the downing on DownDetector.

Most issues people mentioned were related to logging in. It affected many users worldwide.

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Microsoft confirmed at around 8:40 am, and there was awareness after a recent change was made to an authentication system.

An announcement from the company on Twitter said a rollback would occur. However, It will likely take longer than expected but for the most part, many could now log in following the issues during the morning.

There was not an estimated timeframe of when the full fix would be implemented.

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