Use Conditional Access & App Controls enforce rules for cloud apps, devices and further conditional access parameters. Conditional Access is a basic option to control access to Microsoft 365 services. In addition to parameters such as users, apps or the device used to access, app policies can also be triggered in Conditional Access Policies. For example, depending on whether the user accesses from the company network or not, it can be determined whether the access is web-only or not. The options with this feature are, for example, a very powerful tool in the context of HOME Office to increase security and enforce compliance aspects. Using Conditional Access & App Controls we can create rules for cloud apps, the devices that are used to access those apps and further conditional access parameters. In this session, you will learn how to configure the basic settings using an example with Microsoft Teams and SharePoint. We will go through scenarios such as: • Use app enforced restrictions • Use Conditional Access App Control • Force Sign-in frequency limitations • Persistent browser session settings
Nicki is the founder and the head behind the label "Xperts At Work", co-founder of Experts Inside and partner of atwork GmbH. He worked for many years in Microsoft enterprise environments and also as a trainer and consultant for SharePoint and Office 365 & Azure. His expertise extends from technical and strategic consulting all the way to project management, with his core competencies covering KMU, enterprise environments and government data management. Nicki is Microsoft MVP for Office Servers & Services, Microsoft Certified System Engineer and professional Member of German Speaker Association e.V.
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