The policy will impact all the Azure management endpoints (classic Azure portal, Azure portal, Azure Resource Manager provider, classic Service Management APIs, as well as PowerShell). While configuring a policy for Azure portal, be cautious! A bad configuration might lead to you locking yourself out. And making news is also Microsoft Teams, one of the newest members of the Office 365 family, which is now available as its own Cloud app for IT admins to configure Conditional Access policies on. This allows organizations to secure the data in Teams and prevent leakage on untrusted devices.
The policy applies to Teams app on Windows, macOS, iOS, Android and Windows Phone. It's important to note that Conditional Access policies created for Exchange Online and SharePoint Online cloud apps also affect Microsoft Teams as the Teams clients rely heavily on these services for core productivity scenarios such as meetings, calendars and files.
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