Windows 10: Azure AD connected Devices

Discus and support Azure AD connected Devices in Windows 10 Customization to solve the problem; Hello, I was just wondering if someone can assist me please, this might be a simple question yet i can't seem to find answers for it so far so i... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Customization' started by LJP92, Jul 12, 2018.

  1. LJP92 Win User

    Azure AD connected Devices


    Hello,


    I was just wondering if someone can assist me please, this might be a simple question yet i can't seem to find answers for it so far so i thought it might be best to ask the community.


    We have recently started connecting staff tablets to Azure AD so they use there staff logins to access the tablet, this seems to work fine and no problems so far. The issue i have is that once they are connected to Azure AD i can no longer access the local administrator account we create when setting up the tablets. I have tried pcname\username etc but this does not work.


    Does anyone know if you can still access the local accounts built into the tablet, or are they made redundant when connected to Azure?


    Thanks

    Lewis

    :)
     
    LJP92, Jul 12, 2018
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  2. Dino-M Win User

    Disconnecting on prem AD and then joining Azure AD creates new Windows profile?

    Hello everyone,

    I have a question about joining computers in my firm from on prem AD to Azure AD. When someone new arrives at our firm (new employee), there is a fresh installation of Windows 10. It is easy to join Azure AD
    because it is a fresh start, but now we have to migrate all Windows 10 users that are on prem AD to Azure AD. When I disconnect those users from our local on prem AD and join them to Azure AD, whole new Windows 10 profile is created, without any of settings,
    data or anything else on that profile (clean profile with few applications that are installed computer-wide). So my question is, is there any solution to keep their profile settings from before they joined Azure AD? Or I will have to simply tell them to backup
    everything (essential data).

    What I tried so far:

    • Tried tools for migration like ForensiT (User Profile Wizard, User Profile Manager and Transwiz, just to see if it is going to work) - not successful
    • Tried changing profile path from registry - not successful
    • Tried log in with the old credentials example: CONTOSO\user (because after I joined that computer to Azure AD user should log in as *** Email address is removed for privacy ***) - not successful
    Is there anything else I can try? Thanks for your answers.
     
    Dino-M, Jul 12, 2018
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  3. Unable to Join Device to Azure AD

    When attempting to join Azure AD I get the following error

    activity id ac817cd8-2e9f-0000-888a-81ac9f2ed201


    Azure AD connected Devices a62aade5-aee0-4bdd-a276-4f153b6f2120.png


    This is a Windows 10 device.
     
    Daveallcock, Jul 12, 2018
    #3
  4. Azure AD connected Devices

    Unable to Join Device to Azure AD

    Hi,

    For advanced assistance regarding your concern, we suggest that you post your query in the
    MSDN forums.

    Thank you.
     
    Ronald San, Jul 12, 2018
    #4
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