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    SjoerdV commented  · 

    Just for the sake of argument, wouldn't it be a far nicer experience if App-Only principles could fall under the regime of Conditional Access policies, just like regular users and groups? This has been suggested here as well: https://feedback.azure.com/forums/169401-azure-active-directory/suggestions/37867180-restricting-access-of-azure-service-principals-u

    This would mean that if a SharePoint site has the BlockAccess policy setting enabled and the App Principle falls under the scope of a CA policy that the access will be blocked.

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