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nareshmalhotra-3649 asked MarileeTurscak-MSFT commented

Azure AD P2 License

Hi Folks,

We are using conditional access, sso, risky signin and other functionalities of azure ad. Currently Azure AD P2 license is not assigned to all user but the functionalities are working fine for all them. Now, few admin users are assigned with P2 license.

My question is why do we need to assign the license to admin users when the configured functionalities are all working for all the users...

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Your licensing agreement will tell you what is required for your users and I would recommend speaking with your licensing representative of choice for clarification around these features. You can also verify on the pricing pages. https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/details/active-directory/

Some of those features require licensing and some do not. SSO for pre-integrated SaaS applications is free. However, the number of objects in your directory and the features you wish to deploy may require additional licenses.

Conditional Access requires a Premium P1 license and not a P2 license, but for risk-based conditional access a Premium P2 license is required.

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I would also note that there is a licensing agreement in place that can be enforced at any time, regardless of whether it is currently enforced. Let me know if this answers your question and please feel free to mark as answer if it does.

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