A while back I wrote a post regarding Azure AD Join or Connect to cloud that it was called in earlier build. Since then a lot of stuff has happened and I really feel the quality and usefullness of Azure AD Join is getting close to target.
So this post is gonna focus on the OOBE experience of a new users experience when logging into a new computer for the first time. I am sorry for the norwegian language in the screenshots I have made, but you will understand what they are about anyway 🙂 Continue reading
Update Jan 2016: This blog post was based on preview of Win 10 and without all current features in Azure AD. I have since this blog post found a lot of very good scenarios for joining Azure AD. Check my newest posting on this matter.
Microsoft has been stating that Windows 10 will be utilizing Azure AD in a new way:
With Windows 10 we’ll also add the ability to leverage Azure Active Directory, devices can be connected to Azure AD, and users can login to Windows with Azure AD accounts or add their Azure ID to gain access to business apps and resources
With the newest build I have been searching for ways to join my Windows 10 device to Azure AD but it took a while to figure it out. Twitter was a good friend and with tips from @mniehaus and @jarvidmark on twitter I figured it out. Continue reading