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(2018-02-01) Result Set Of Policiy (RSoP) A.k.a. WhatIf Available For Azure AD Conditional Access Policies

Posted by Jorge on 2018-02-01


In AD you have the option to perform a so called Result Set of Policy to determine which GPO contributed a specific (GPO) setting. Really handy when troubleshooting to understand which GPO is contributing a settings that for example breaks something or to be sure that a GPO is being applied correctly.

With AAD, you can create Conditional Access (CA) policies, where CA policies have conditions that need to be met before an access control kicks in. The only way to troubleshoot was the “do it yourself way” which could be seriously painful and time consuming.

As of today, AAD now has the “WhatIf Tool” in public preview for CA policies. I hoped we had this earlier!

For more info, check out the following blog post:

Cheers,
Jorge

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