Implementing Conditional Access with Exchange Online (updated using Azure Portal)


Implementing Conditional Access with Exchange Online (updated using Azure Portal)

I am updating this blog post using the new Conditional Access features in the Azure Portal. The new portal is accessed from https://portal.azure.com.

I will demo using Exchange Online; however, these same steps can be used with all other Software as a Service applications in Azure.

Conditional Access will check the following:

     User / Risk

     Application

     Location

     Device / Device State

After checking the appropriate conditions, a decision will be made to either Allow, Block or require Multi-factor Authentication (MFA).  If the User Account or a Risky Sign-On is detected, then we can force a password change or force Multi-factor Authentication.

I will go through this process using my Windows 10 Virtual Machine.  However, this will apply to not only Windows, but iOS and Android.

The complete blog post can be found here: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/pauljones/2016/12/28/implementing-conditional-access-with-exchange-online-updated-using-azure-portal/


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