How to remove Single Sign On in Office 365

yo_bee
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I am currently using DirSync to keep my Office 365 and on-premise AD replicated and wanted to add SSO to my environment.
I followed the instructions to setup ADFS and Office 365 SSO, but it did not work.
It does redirect, but fails at some point.

I ran the https://www.testconnectivity.microsoft.com/ and it had a single exclamation point.

So I ended up wanting to revert back.
So I ran this command Set-MSOLDomainAuthentication -Authentication Managed -DomainName <federated domain name>

I no longer see Office 365 in the Trust Relationship of ADFS.

Still when I go to the portal it is redirecting me.

Any ideas?
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I would like to add that this does work externally from my network.
Seems that is only an issue while internal to my network.
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Still redirecting even after following the steps in Stage 1
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This worked.  It just took a some time to process back to the Managed authentication model.
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