Windows 10: Windows 10 Pro, set up with Autopilot and logging in with MS365 credentials but I can't...

Discus and support Windows 10 Pro, set up with Autopilot and logging in with MS365 credentials but I can't... in Windows 10 Ask Insider to solve the problem; So on my home desktop PC I had to reinstall so figured I'd put it on the MS365 domain. I wiped it and set it up with autopilot which worked great.... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Ask Insider' started by /u/psykobunnyto, Feb 26, 2021.

  1. Windows 10 Pro, set up with Autopilot and logging in with MS365 credentials but I can't...


    So on my home desktop PC I had to reinstall so figured I'd put it on the MS365 domain. I wiped it and set it up with autopilot which worked great. However, on another PC like my Mac if I try to remote desktop into it now (after enabling remote desktop in the This PC settings screen), it connects and goes to the Windows 10 login showing my domain account at MS365, but it always says the password is wrong when it's totally not. Do I have to do something in Intune or something or set policy there to allow remote desktop connections?

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    /u/psykobunnyto, Feb 26, 2021
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  2. Brink Win User

    Introducing Windows Autopilot for HoloLens 2

    Source: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/...2/ba-p/1371494


     
    Brink, Feb 26, 2021
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  3. Kari Win User
    Logging into Windows 10 Pro using Office 365 credentials


    If we are talking about O365 Business or Enterprise accounts, you cannot use these email addresses when creating new users to your computer if the computer has not been joined to Azure AD. If an O365 Business / Enterprise user so wishes, he/she can create a new MS account using the O365 email address as a third party email, but in that case using that account to create a user it would be just a normal MS account.

    A new user must be either a local account or a Microsoft account, O365 Business / Enterprise accounts will not be recognized.

    You don't even have to create user accounts for your coworkers. Here's the correct way to this:

    Sign in to your own admin account. Open Settings > Accounts, select Work access, select Join or leave Azure AD:

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    Click Join Azure AD:

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    Enter your own O365 / Azure AD account credentials, click Sign in:

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    Confirm by clicking Join:

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    Your PC has now joined Azure AD:

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    Sign out. Sign in with your own O365 credentials by selecting Other user and entering your O365 / Azure AD credentials and let Windows go through the account initializing process:

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    Sign out. As this PC now belongs to an Azure AD domain, your coworkers can sign in without a need to first create user accounts to them. First time they use their O365 credentials, Windows creates the accounts:

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  4. Ryan Fra Win User

    Windows 10 Pro, set up with Autopilot and logging in with MS365 credentials but I can't...

    Windows Network Credentials

    Hi Keith,

    We suggest that you disable Credential Manager before mapping your Drives. Please follow these steps to disable Credential Manager:

    • In the search box type “Services
    • Right click on “Services” and select “Run as Administrator
    • In the Services Window, look for Credential Manager Service and click “Stop”.
    • Restart the computer and go back the Credential Manager Service and set it to “Automatic”.
    • Restart the computer again.

    Please keep us updated if you were able to map your drives.
     
    Ryan Fra, Feb 26, 2021
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