check before: 2023-03-30
Azure Active Directory, Microsoft 365 Apps
World tenant, Online
New feature, Admin impact
With the growing adoption and support of IPv6 across enterprise networks, service providers, and devices, many customers are wondering if their users can continue to access their services and applications from IPv6 clients and IPv6 networks.
Today, we’re excited to announce our plan to bring IPv6 support to Microsoft Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). This will allow customers to reach the Azure AD services over both IPv4 and IPv6 network protocols (dual stack).
For most customers, IPv4 won't completely disappear from their digital landscape, so we aren't planning to require IPv6 or to de-prioritize IPv4 in any Azure Active Directory features or services.
[When this will happen:]
We will begin introducing IPv6 support into Azure AD services in a phased approach, beginning March 31, 2023 and expect to complete by early July
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