# Magnetic Field in the presence of a conductor

I am studying for my quals and came across an old question that reads like the following:

There are two regions in space separated by an infinite conducting plane. Region 1 has a magnetic dipole of moment $\vec{\mu}$ located a distance $d$ from the plane. What is the magnetic field $\vec{B}$ everywhere in region 1?

I know that for a perfect conductor (superconductor), the normal component of $\vec{B}$ is zero–although I don't exactly know why–but I don't know if that is the case when the problem involves a "conductor" (not explicitly a perfect conductor).

TL;DR: Can anybody give me some insight about the magnetic boundary conditions of a stationary magnetic field in the presence of a conductor?

Thanks!