Can't sign in to Outlook.com in Edge with Service Worker experimental feature enabled via about:flags

Fixed Issue #16047475

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Author
Joaquin B.
Created
Feb 21, 2018
Privacy
This issue is public.
Found in
  • Microsoft Edge
Found in build #
16.16299
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Reported by 1 person

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Steps to reproduce

When I navigate to Outlook.com I see a welcome page that has a “Sign in” button (“Iniciar sesión” in Spanish). When I click on it I go back to that same welcome page instead of seeing my inbox. Cannot repro on other browsers.

I can access other sites that also use Microsoft Account, like OneDrive, without issues. The only extension that I had installed was uBlock, but disabling it didn’t help.

I have attached a video of this.

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    • Hey Joaquin! Could you please take a netsh trace for this issue and attach it to the bug?

      Network
      Trace Instructions:

      Please
      close all other programs to eliminate noise from the trace.  Then open an
      admin command prompt to running the following commands:

       

      netsh
      trace start scenario=InternetClient_dbg
      provider={ff32ada1-5a4b-583c-889e-a3c027b201f5} capture=yes persistent=yes

      <perform
      repro>

      netsh
      trace stop

      Thanks!

    • I can’t upload the cab here, but I uploded it to my OneDrive

      https://1drv.ms/u/s!AmEkA3ywo5rIzYFZZ8z6eevZWZ-h4g

    • Microsoft Edge Team

      Changed Assigned To to “James M.”

      Changed Assigned To to “Scott L.”

      Changed Assigned To from “Scott L.” to “Erik A.”

      Changed Title from “Can't sign in to Outlook.com in Edge” to “Can't sign in to Outlook.com in Edge with Service Worker experimental feature enabled via about:flags”

      Changed Status to “Fixed”

    • This issue is caused by the experimental Service Worker feature in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Please reset your experimental feature settings via the about:flags page. 

      This issue is resolved in the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update which is currently available via the Windows Insider program.

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