Office 365, ADFS & Client Access Policies – Restrict Office 365 User Authentication via ADFS

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As Office 365 tenants start to use Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) with Office 365 to allow AD users to access online (Office 365) using their domain accounts.  ADFS is installed by default to allow all users with an active AD account to use it’s authentication services.  However many admins have found that they would like to restrict ADFS usability/access and limit who can use this particular service.  The ADFS Client Access Policy Builder in conjunction with an ADFS Hotfix Rollup provides just such functionality.  To learn more about how to download the .ps1 PowerShell script and information on what variables/options are available:

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