I used to work at a company with an Active Directory, but I no longer do. I now work at another company which uses Azure, but doesn't use Active Directory or Outlook etc.
Whenever I try to log into Azure, I get redirected to "your organization's sign-in page", which is the SSO login page for a company I no longer work at, and thus can not login with those credentials. How can I stop this behaviour?
edit: To clarify, when I try to login with email@example.com I first get redirected to the SSO login page for firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that I don't have administrative permissions for either of the accounts.
Here are the before and after pictures (heavily blurred and distorted to hide the company) When in an incognito window in Chrome it does not happen, but I have tried erasing my cache and cookies in Chrome, and it still happens in my main window. It also does not happen in Opera.
This is also a different computer than the one I used at the other company. There is obviously something saved in chrome between the usage of the two different computers, but it's not the normal cookies or cache as I have cleared those.
EDIT: I was able to find the source of the redirect was a function called "GetUserRealm", and somehow, on a connected chrome browser, it finds my old company. But other browsers and incognito windows do not. Doesn't matter how many times I clear my cache for the Microsoft sites.