Conditional access policies for individual apps
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Enterprises can extend their use of Azure Active Directory Conditional Access to individual apps by adding extra layers of security to apps containing sensitive data.
This finer granularity of Conditional Access on individual apps is available in public preview and leverages Azure AD’s Conditional Access authentication context.
The granular application of Conditional Access enables many scenarios including:
- Designate specific apps to require users to perform multi-factor authentication.
- Designate specific apps to require users to be connected to their intranet to access the app.
- Designate specific apps to require users to connect from a device that is compliant with the organization's device management policies.
- Apply different Conditional Access requirements for apps available in Power Apps mobile. For example, the Team Morale app no longer needs to run on the intranet unlike the Business Finance app.
- For a given app, apply different Conditional Access policies per environment (for example, Dev, UAT, Production).
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