Users cannot login in Stream, error: AADSTS70001: Application ‘cf53fce8-def6-4aeb-8d30-b158e7b1cf83’ is disabled


By: Marcela Chitiva Peñaloza. SharePoint Online Support Engineer.


Microsoft Stream —the intelligent video service in Office 365— makes it easy to create, securely share, and interact with video, whether in a team or across your organization. If you have any of these licenses () you can start to use Microsoft Stream.

Some tenants (with plans including Stream) may not have enabled the feature and do not see the Stream tile into the App Launcher, even logging in to Stream portal, appears the following message:


AADSTS70001: Application 'cf53fce8-def6-4aeb-8d30-b158e7b1cf83' is disabled


stream


For solve this issue, connect to your Office 365 organization using Office 365 PowerShell ()

Run the following commands:


Connect-MsolService

Import-Module MSOnlineExtended -Force

$MSP = Get-MsolServicePrincipal -AppPrincipalId “cf53fce8-def6-4aeb-8d30-b158e7b1cf83”

Set-MsolServicePrincipal -AppPrincipalId $MSP.AppPrincipalId -AccountEnabled $true



Wait a couple of minutes and try again the login process going to https://web.microsoftstream.com

Comments (0)

Skip to main content