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Leading up to the conference, the team worked hard to turn on important new Azure AD capabilities and I’m excited to share a quick recap of everything we announced.
It’s the third day of Ignite and it’s been awesome getting to meet so many of you in person, especially when we have so much news to share!
In June we announced the general availability of the new conditional access admin experience in the Azure portal.
This powerful new experience makes it easy to manage policies that bring together services across EMS, including Azure Active Directory, Microsoft Intune.
See where to manage Office 365 user accounts for a list of tools you can use to manage Office 365 users and accounts. If you have existing user accounts in an on-premises directory, you don't want to re-create all of those accounts in Office 365 and risk introducing differences or errors between the environments.
We recently announced device-based conditional access support for mac OS, and now we’re introducing new application-based conditional access capabilities.
If you want to update from Azure Active Directory Sync to Azure AD Connect, see the upgrade instructions.
See a solution architecture built for Office 365 Directory Synchronization (Dir Sync) in Microsoft Azure.
One more exciting feature we’re introducing is the ability to manage device identities in the Azure portal.
With this new feature, you can manage device attributes, retrieve Bit Locker keys for devices, see device authentication-related audit logs, and find support resources related to devices, all in the Azure portal.