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  1. Conditional Access - What If - Make it possible to test with AOBO users

    It's currently only possible to use Conditional Access "What if" tool against users in the Azure AD tenant in question.

    Please add the option to test with AOBO / delegated admin users too.

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  2. Blocking Word, Excel and PowerPoint

    I would like to be able to block MS apps like Word, Excel and Powerpoint using Conditional Access. I created with an url link but that it is not support but MS Teams or Planner does.

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  3. Windows 10 Pro Lockdown per user

    I have windows 10 Pro laptops, Bring your own device. They will log on with their azure AD account. What I want is block all personal apps eg (abode photoshop, any Exe files they user locally when they are logged on with their domain account..... only use apps which we deploy vi Microsoft Intune . When they log back as local user they can access every thing they want. Can we create a policy per user to block apps in Microsoft Intune.

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