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I'm trying to set up Azure AD conditional access. While doing this, I of course want to test the policy I've created. So, I open the what-if tool, put in appropriate information, and click the button. But the policy doesn't apply because it's disabled.

Why does the policy being disabled prevent me from testing it?! It's disabled because I'm testing it and don't want to break everything! Do I have to create a whole test account, reassign the policy to it, and enable it just to see if the policy works? It seems like if there's a testing tool it should be able to check if a policy will work right before I enable it.

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Yes, you have to test the policy on an actual user and you must have a user. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/conditional-access/what-if-tool enter image description here

  • That's rather irritating. Guess I've got some feedback to submit. Thanks. – Alexander Martin Nov 1 '18 at 16:53

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