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Oh and just one side note, since you mentioned Conditional access in the original post - they recently introduced conditional access based on location for SPO/ODFB *without* any licensing requirements: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Share Point-Blog/Introducing-Conditional-Access-by-Network-Location-for/ba-p/39274 Seems to be working now that I am offsite - for all external access (tried the most simple first).

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I have 1 x ADFS Web Proxy 3.0 server 1 x ADFS 3.0 server I would like to use the defaults (modern authentication) on the service and client. 192\.168\.1\.77|10\.83\.118\.23)"] = ...without changing anything (except removing the space next first quote mark) I created one Claim Rule and made it first on the list. I think my presumption of the IP addresses not being "mine" was wrong. Due to token caching it might be reusing the old token, thus the changes in the rule you made might not be taken into consideration. I am now creating new mailboxes to test to circumvent token caching.

I just left the IP addresses that came with the rule as I am testing from my office only and the IPs are not my office(right? I will set the rule to have my actual IPs and drive to a public wifi and test properly now. The Remote Connectivity Analyzer seems to succeed however I will test Outlook off my network shortly. With the same rule below, I am again able to block all external.

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- When you disable MAPI/HTTP, you're effectively disabling Modern authentication for the client. I have spent 3 days on this and I am really glad I have as I have learned a ton!

With the above in mind, it might explain why your rule is not working. But, I wonder how I can accomplish my original goal, "Block External Access to Outlook Only". If Modern auth is off, you should be able to use the x-ms-client-application and in general the examples in the article as they are.

Another important thing to remember is that with Modern auth, all requests are hitting the /adfs/ls endpoint, Exchange ones included. So I can choose to block Outlook (MAPI and OA) only and allow all other clients externally with Claims rules in ADFS 3.0?

In general, use the guidance here: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn592182If using modern auth, do not use the x-ms-client-application claim in your claims rules, it's simply not added anymore.

If you are missing the additional details about approved alerts in the Security log, enable auditing as detailed here: https://jorgequestforknowledge.wordpress.com/2013/07/08/enabling-auditing-of-issued-claims-in-adfs-v2-x-and-adfs-v3-x/ Also, update your rule to do pattern matching: && c2:[Type == " Value =~ "Microsoft. Vasil, I have never seen you be wrong but I suppose it happens ;-) In the comments section of...

It is odd that many comments are made about their Outlook clients are sometimes able to connect with MAPI/HTTP. note: This customer has about 50,000 mailboxes all Exchange 2010 with plans to introduce Exchange 2016 Hybrid servers and ADFS. Administration of Active Directory does not have to be hard. With ease-of-use as well as powerful importing and bulk updating capabilities.

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