Microsoft seems to be in the throes of its continuous service outages including Windows, Office 365, Skype, Xbox Live.
Microsoft’s cloud-connected services is undergoing a rough patch these days. It has witnessed back to back outages of some of its most reliable services. The company technicians are looking to pinpoint the cause of the disruption.
In the recent week, many of its popular services like Office 365, Skype, Xbox Live and a few other online services went down and disabled the users to sign into them from around 1:00 pm U.S. EST until 6:00 am ET.
The report from MSPmentor, says that Microsoft has taken several measures to restore OneDrive and Outlook services but their efforts went in vain. Microsoft technicians are facing the similar problems since last week.
As Microsoft technicians continue to look into the outage, they are reaching a conclusion that, “We’ve determined that the previously resolved issue had some residual impact to the service configuration for OneDrive.”
Despite the team narrowing in on residual effects due to a previous patch, they are still careful to fix this weeks issues to last weeks problems.
Fortunately, The tech giant could successfully deploy another patch to address this weeks issues which are getting users back up and running.
Microsoft reveals on its Xbox service page that it has an issue with users not being able to buy or unlock games.
The Tech Giant says, ‘Our engineers and developers are actively continuing to work to resolve the issue causing some members to have problems finding previously-purchased content or purchasing new content. Stay tuned, and thanks for your patience.’