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I have an SSO login for my company. It works fine.
I just received a 2nd zoom SSO login from an educational institution.
When I use the desktop zoom client (windows 10, v 5.8), it automatically logs me into company sso account..
I need to sometimes switch to 2nd SSO account, but when I try "Switch accounts" or sign out and then go to sign in, when I choose the SSO option, it whips by and automatically logs me into the company SSO account. I am not given a chance to type in a domain to log into the 2nd account.
How can I fix this?
I just tested this - and I was able to get this behavior:
Log Out in Zoom first.
Then go to login.
Your organization SSO page will probably popup . CLOSE that page.
Behind that page should be the Zoom SSO domain input box
Input your other SSO domain and proceed to your login.
Does that work for you?
Sadly, no this does not work. Desktop client - choose login, then choose sso - it just whips by the domain entry screen in a millisecond. I can see my company's domain there in the brief time it is shown (very very brief).
but I don't see the options they speak of so I can't see a way to disable this functionality (if this is indeed what is going on).
I do have the zoom outlook plugin installed - I tried disabling it in outlook but it had no effect. And the article above talks about the web zoom portal and finding the option but I cannot find this setting anywhere in there. It's possible this is out of my control (i.e. controlled by my company overlords).
I created a video but it won't let me upload it here - converted it to animated gif, hopefully shows ok.
Well the workaround I found is to edit the file zoom.us.ini located here:
and remove the win_osencrypt_key line entirely.
It then prompts me for sso domain.
Perhaps there is a setting somewhere that says "do not remember my sso domain" but I can't find it. This will have to do.
There is an MSI/GPO flag that admin's can utilize which will force the client to a specific SSO login. May be worth checking to see if your client was installed with this method.
Thanks Eaganeer - I see how they could set it during MSI setup, but I don't know how to tell if that has been done - I can't find any interesting registry keys that might hold this setting. You don' t know where that setting lives, do you?
The fact that I can override by editing the zoom.us.ini key and get prompted for sso info makes me think this is not in play (forced to specific sso). I can switch between my company sso and the educational one by removing the line from the ini file and restarting. It will remember what SSO to use until I clear it out again.
I just found it for myself (same problem).
Try this registry key:
if you clear its value, then after you click SSO login and if will redirect you to login web-page in your browser. But now you can go back to your ZOOM window and change your domain there.
PS Windows 10 Enterprise 64 bits (Version 21H2), Zoom version: 5.12.9
The EXE installs in C:\User\****\AppData\Roaming\Zoom\bin and uses HKEY_CURRENT_USER\
The MSI installs in C:\Program Files (x86)\Zoom\bin and uses HEKY_LOCAL_MACHINE\
If the EXE is installed on a machine that has the MSI, the installation stops and the MSI is left.
If the MSI is installed on a machine that has the EXE, a cleanup process will remove the EXE installation before continuing with the MSI install.
If you can validate (and get exception to?) any IT policies that lock down SSO domain, then the following article provides guidance on how to switch accounts.
I've been dealing with this for over a year. Both my executive education program and my work are tech-savvy places that require SSO. The workaround around here is to be quick with the mouse - you might be able to stop the page from loading once in five times. If you win the race, you can go back to the "enter your domain" name to change the domain whose SSO is checked.
Being forced to do this is totally unacceptable for a recipient of two very expensive enterprise accounts. This is a known issue reported in multiple places without resolution. Video conferencing is a commodity and Zoom's inability to address minor fixes like this will result in a market share loss quickly.
I agree it should be fixed. There is no way I could click fast enough. My solution of editing the .ini file (well, using a batch file to overwrite ini file with one that does not have encryption key) works well enough for me - an inconvenience but doable.
I have the same problem. What works for giving me enough time to close the browser before it logs me in automatically is to turn off the wifi before clicking on the SSO login button. To be specific:
1. Click Sign Out (Switch Accounts won't work)
2. Click Sign In
3. Disable internet connectivity (e.g. turn wi-fi off)
4. Click on SSO
5. Close the browser
6. Enable internet connectivity back (e.g. turn wi-fi back on)
7. Switch between SSO accounts by inserting your other organization's domain
e way i have found to do this is to log out of the Zoom desktop client, then go to https://portal.office.com and log out of Office 365 in the top right corner, then go back to the Zoom desktop client and sign back in, this will force the SSO authentication to go through the full sign in allowing you to enter the other emial account to sign in with.
It's not solved. Steps to recreate on Mac 10.15.7
If SSO is pre-filled, that is an indicator that your IT could be managing your client. Some IT departments force SSO credentials, other recommend (pre-fill the field AND allow you to change).
(to read up about how IT can do this, this article talks about all the switches IT can configure on a managed installation.)
Note. This doesn't address chgboyd's issue, which I am still looking into. My current theory is that something funky is going on with the release of his authentication token. The client looks to the browser for login credentials (SSO) and uses those. I'm going to test to see what happens if I open an incognito window (and leave it in focus) and then switch accounts in Zoom. Should have more time to address during the holiday lull.
(also note that I removed the 'mark as solved' flag. that maybe a result of overzealous clicking on my part.)