If not now when?

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Surely with the recent issues with HAFNIUM, Microsoft should now realize that the ability to block countries like China now more than ever needs to be a free default without the addition of azure ad p2. The sooner smaller firms can lock down their security without the huge increases on already stretched spending the better.
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That's an on-premises exploit/attack though, blocking things on AAD side wouldnt really help.