Azure Sign-In Status with Conditional Access Policy

Ankush Kumar 81 Reputation points
2022-11-03T06:00:32.22+00:00

Hi Community Members,

I have a question on the Azure Sign-In Status with Conditional Access Policy. My query is why I see Azure Sign-In status success where my conditional access policy status is "failure" and user access is blocked.
Ideally I should see Azure Sign-In Status also "Failure" if my conditional access policy has reject the access. What could be the reason of differential in Azure Sign-In status and Conditional Access Status for same user.

Thanks in advance.

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  1. Vasil Michev 71,296 Reputation points MVP
    2022-11-03T13:15:01.557+00:00

    Because those are two different events. CA policies only act after the user has been successfully authenticated, thus the Sign-in event status. And while CA can be used to block logins, it only happens at a later point, after the login is effectively completed. Which is also one of the reasons why CA policies are not the preferred solution to block legacy auth.


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