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93216 – Windows 365: Ability to target Conditional Access (CA) policies to a single application that applies to both the Windows 365 and Azure Virtual Desktop apps (archived)

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check before: 2023-06-01

Product:

Azure Active Directory, Entra, Entra ID, Microsoft 365 Apps, Windows 365

Platform:

Android, iOS, Mac, Web, Windows Desktop, World tenant

Status:

Cancelled

Change type:

Admin impact, Feature update

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Details:

Currently, Windows 365 and Azure Virtual Desktop share a common framework for identity access by using Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) and security controls with CA policies. You can target CA policies to the Windows 365 app and this applies only to windows365.microsoft.com web client. To apply CA policies to the full Windows client and non-windows clients, you must assign CA policies to both the Windows 365 and Azure Virtual Desktop apps. This item is being removed from the roadmap as it is no longer applicable.

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Release Phase:
General Availability

Created:
2022-03-30

updated:
2024-04-19

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DatePropertyoldnew
2024-04-19RM DescriptionCurrently, Windows 365 and Azure Virtual Desktop share a common framework for identity access by using Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) and security controls with CA policies. You can target CA policies to the Windows 365 app and this applies only to windows365.microsoft.com web client. To apply CA policies to the full Windows client and non-windows clients, you must assign CA policies to both the Windows 365 and Azure Virtual Desktop apps.Currently, Windows 365 and Azure Virtual Desktop share a common framework for identity access by using Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) and security controls with CA policies. You can target CA policies to the Windows 365 app and this applies only to windows365.microsoft.com web client. To apply CA policies to the full Windows client and non-windows clients, you must assign CA policies to both the Windows 365 and Azure Virtual Desktop apps. This item is being removed from the roadmap as it is no longer applicable.
2024-04-19RM StatusIn developmentCancelled
2024-03-25RM archivedTrueFalse
2022-11-18RM ReleaseDecember CY2022June CY2023

*starting April 2022

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