"Redirect Notice" issue with XD password protected prototype

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Dec 07, 2021 Dec 07, 2021

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Hi Team,
I am using Adobe XD to prepare prototype. while creating prototype link I select view setting as custom with link access to anyone with password and I share the same prototype with my sales crew and let them demo it as a presentation with interactivity. However, my users have different OS platform with different browser, Few of them getting the Redirect Notice before landing the password page if they access from mail, In general, the link is working after confirming such a statement (PFA) regarding to forwarding to another link. attached is screenshot for reference.
Sharing here for further clarification on this,  mostly it occurs when user access the link from MS outlook mail. This might confused the user when he/she get such warning message, Request to @ADobeXD to address this issue and try to resolve in upcoming release.
 

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Nilesh

 
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Dec 10, 2021 Dec 10, 2021

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Hi Nilesh, thank you for reaching out and sharing the details. I have tried to replicate the same situation at my end, however, I didn't get the redirect message. I'd love to help if you can share some more information. 

 

Is this happening on a windows machine under managed enviornment?

Is it possible for you to create a sample prototype link and grant access to me (I'll send my email via private message)?

 

Meanwhile, I'll share these details with the product team and check if there are any other reports around this.

 

Thanks,

Atul_Saini

 

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