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    Eric commented  · 

    This is yet another case of Microsoft making something new but not commiting to feature parity, and honestly I am getting sick of it. Using an exclusion group isn't good enough as there is room for human error of NOT removing the user after a period of time. This is requiring us to spend real money on a development resource to making something that adds users to the group and removes them shortly after while also purging any manual users who are put in not via the tool. This sucks, Microsoft get on your game. You want people to use Cloud MFA then make it fully featured, it's been years already.

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    Eric commented  · 

    Generally I think MS does a good job, this however is a total failure to envision how organizations function. Now I have to task a developer with making a ui to allow end users to manage these items and it kills me because I am sure this will get added later making the money spent on the temp fix a total waste of my company's resources.

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