Microsoft has announced that starting in January 2023, users will be blocked from accessing SharePoint Online and web-side OneDrive through Internet Explorer 11 and Microsoft Edge browser’s IE mode, and is urging users who still use these outdated browsers to upgrade to Microsoft is urging users who still use these outdated browsers to upgrade to “modern browsers,” primarily the Chromium-based Edge browser.
The current visit will redirect you to this page, you can continue to visit with IE 11
Access after January 2023 will be redirected, requiring users to upgrade their browsers
Microsoft has said this change will take effect in mid-January 2023, meaning users will not be able to access the web-site OneDrive and SharePoint through IE11. Currently, if you use IE11 to access the website OneDrive or SharePoint, you will be redirected to a page reminding you to upgrade your browser. After that date, the redirect page will no longer be displayed and will simply show that the connection request failed.
Last August, Microsoft announced that Microsoft 365 services no longer support IE 11, and this adjustment is to better advance that goal. In June of this year, Microsoft ended support for the IE browser, although there were some signs that it was still lurking in some Windows 11 PCs. As a result, the company updated IE mode in Edge to mitigate some of the usage issues that came with the move.