SSO Agent exceptions and IPv6
In this SSO Agent config tutorial video, the engineer stresses the importance of configuring SSO exceptions (at 8:25) so as to not generate unnecessary traffic to devices that aren't AD joined.
This is based on an IPv4 environment though, where it's relatively easy to specify addresses or address ranges to exclude. Is there any guidance on how to handle exceptions in an IPv6 environment? With the way IPv6 works, where devices can have multiple temporary GUAs, there doesn't seem to be a feasible way to manage exceptions. Is it really that big of a deal if exceptions aren't used?