|Service||Microsoft Docs article||Related commit history on GitHub||Change details|
|SharePoint||Sharepoint Azureb2b Integration||https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/live/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/sharepoint-azureb2b-integration.md||
This article describes how to enable Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft OneDriveAzure AD B2B provides authentication and management of guests. Authentication happens via one-time passcode when they don't already have a work or school account or a Microsoft account.
-With SharePoint and OneDrive integration, the Azure B2B one-time passcode feature is used for external sharing of files, folders, list items, document libraries and sites. This feature provides an upgraded experience from the existing [secure external sharing recipient experience](what-s-new-in-sharing-in-targeted-release.md).
+With SharePoint and OneDrive integration with Azure B2B Invitation Manager enabled, Azure B2B Invitation Manager can be used for external user sharing of files, folders, list items, document libraries and sites. This feature provides an upgraded experience from the existing secure external sharing recipient experience. Additionally, Azure B2B Invitation Manager one-time passcode feature allows users who do not have existing Work or School accounts or Microsoft Accounts to not have to create accounts in order to authenticate, but can instead use the one time passcode to verify their identity.Enabling this integration does not change your sharing settings. For example, if you have site collections where external sharing is turned off, it will remain off.
This integration is not supported in the following Microsoft 365This integration requires that your organization also enable [Azure AD email one-time passcode authentication](/azure/active-directory/b2b/one-time-passcode).
+ > [!NOTE]
+ > When the integration is enabled, people outside the organization will be invited via the Azure B2B platform when sharing from SharePoint. If the Azure B2B One Time Passcode option is enabled, recipients that do not have password-backed accounts will get a sign-in experience through Azure AD that uses One Time Passcodes. Otherwise, they will authenticate via their own Azure AD account or via an MSA account.
+> When the integration is not enabled, people outside the organizaton will continue to use their existing accounts created when previously invited to the tenant. Any sharing to new people outside the organizaton may result in either Azure AD-backed accounts or SharePoint-only email auth guests that use a SharePoint One Time Passcode experience to sign in.+ To enable Azure AD passcode authentication 1. Sign in to the [Azure portal](https://portal.azure.com) as an Azure AD global admin. 2. In the nav pane, select **Azure Active Directory**.
Content that was shared externally while the integration was enabled will need t[Set-SPOTenant](/powershell/module/sharepoint-online/set-spotenant)
-[External sharing overview](./external-sharing-overview.md)
+[External sharing overview](./external-sharing-overview.md)