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Is there a way to change the Instance Url or the Login Url for the scratch org? I want to create a scratch org that can be logged in from a standard login.salesforce.com url instead of domain-specific URL, is this even possible and if yes what changes do I have to make to the scratch org definition file in order to do so? My current behavior is when I create scratch org and generate the password it can only be logged in into using the LoginUrl that is domain specific.

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This is not possible. Scratch orgs are always on test.salesforce.com, although you may also use the scratch org's Instance URL (My Domain) to initiate login.

current behavior is when I create scratch org and generate the password it can only be logged in into using the LoginUrl that is domain specific

You should be able to log in at test.salesforce.com, but it can take 5-10 minutes for user data to sync.

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  • Yup, scratch orgs are essentially sandboxes and you can definitely login via test.salesforce.com when a password is created for "User User" or when new users are created.
    – Phil W
    Jun 30 at 5:53
  • Thank you, this definitely resolved my issue so I have marked it as the answer. Can you also please link me to the official Salesforce document that talks about this? I spent a lot of time going through different scratch org-related documentation before putting up my question here. I would be nice to have a link to the official document that says this.
    – Yogesh D
    Jun 30 at 17:02
  • I am not aware of a single document that lays out how login URLs work, unfortunately.
    – David Reed
    Jun 30 at 17:37
  • I've had it take 30-60 minutes for the login to begin working on test.salesforce.com.
    – tyshock
    Jul 2 at 5:10

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