Windows 10: What’s new in Office 365 Groups administration

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    What’s new in Office 365 Groups administration


    Source: What's new in Office 365 Groups administration—June 2016 update - Office Blogs

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    Brink, Jun 12, 2016
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  2. Tim923347 Win User

    Can't connect to App Store with 'For Business' account

    I am the administrator of an Office 365 group and trying to log onto the store on my Surface produces and error "That Microsoft account doesn't exist. Enter a different account or get a new one .. "

    I am logged on to that PC as a local administrator and have my office 365 details in the School or Work account fields of Office, and 'Email & app account' and 'Access work or school fields' under Accounts in Windows Settings.

    With this same configuration (local admin, office 365 account in the fields mentioned) on a different PC I can use the store successfully.
     
    Tim923347, Jun 12, 2016
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  3. Why does W10 Hello assign me admin rights when I log in

    Hi there

    I have been testing out joining a Windows 10 Pro laptop to Azure AD (Office 365) by setting up/logging into the new laptop with my Office 365 account via Windows 10 Hello. However when I sign in I (Azure AD\email) automatically become a member of the default
    administrators group. (As I can see in Local users and group console). I would like to find out the process for how to stop auto admin access being given or how to remove admin access so that a prompt for admin credentials appears when installing programs
    or opening command prompt as admin?

    In an attempt to figure out how to remove my account from having local admin rights - I setup a new local only (non Azure AD) admin account on the laptop and logged in as that account and removed my Office 365 account "Azure AD\*** Email address is removed for privacy ***" entry from the
    "local administrators" group (via local users and groups console). However signing out and back in as the Azure account to ensure my admin rights were removed made no difference to my actual admin rights. Even though my Office 365 Azure email was no longer
    listed in the "Administrators" group. I still had admin rights - can open the command prompt as admin and can install programs.

    I next tried to log in as another account (in my organization) and I found that this account also was given admin rights.

    I also tried to go into the Windows 10 account user section and "add a work account" and added my office 365 Azure AD account and chose "standard" only account for the user but again upon logging out and back in as the office 365 user - I still have admin
    rights.

    Can anyone help me figure out how do I join Windows 10 laptops to Azure AD (for office365) but restrict the local admin rights each account appears to be given on sign in (as removing them from the Administrators group in the local users and group console
    doesn't work).

    Thanks

    Gerry
     
    TechGuardIE, Jun 12, 2016
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  4. What’s new in Office 365 Groups administration

    Microsoft Reorganizes Office Group to Focus on Common Tasks

    Read more: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...n-common-tasks
     
    Cluster Head, Jun 13, 2016
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