In part 1, I talked about some of the basics for Conditional Access. In this blog post, I’ll walk through the technical settings to get it working for an example user I’ll call “John Tester”.
Configuring Conditional Access for “John Tester”
For the purposes of this blog post, John is an end-user who works both in and out of the Office. We’ll say John is on your sales team, and he needs to be able to access Office 365 resources from the road as well as from the office.
For this example, we’ll say that your security team has decided that users logging into Office 365 resources outside of the corporate network need to setup and use Multi-Factor Authentication, but that they don’t need to be bothered with the extra authentication steps of MFA when they are in the office.