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Directory Sync and Conditional Access

I want to move to Exchange Online and use Conditional Access to restrict how users connect, with what and where from.  However, I dont want to use Azure AD, I want to use my own AD with Directory Sync.  Is this possible, or do I have to use Azure AD in order to use Conditional Access and incur the extra costs of the Azure AD premium license.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Cliff Galiher

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Hi Cliff

That all looks pretty clear to me.  So I sync my AD with Azure AD and manage my AD from my internal domain, which then syncs with Azure AD.  I can then also use Conditional Access.
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