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Brian: I will test this ASAP, but I expect that it will work as you've described when you attempt to sign in. MFA is definitely supported in Conditional Access scenarios.
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Would you only use this to block selected users or could you include options such as MFA or trusted devices are allowed to use Search and other devices cannot (so the sort of opposite of what you described here) and if so does this mean you get an MFA prompt if you visit bing.com?
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Another great example of conditional access. Great job, much appreciated!
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This is a great feature, but I'm having difficulties resolving addresses that are not in North America or Europe. We have office locations in India, China, Nigeria, etc., and these addresses will not resolve. Are there plans to extend the reach of these maps?
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