Recommended blogpost from Jairo Cadena at Microsoft:
Azure AD Join was introduced in Windows 10 and allows a Windows 10 device to register with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) and allows Azure AD users to sign-in to the device using their work credentials or more commonly know as their O365 credentials.
Users on these devices will enjoy Single Sign-On (SSO) to Office 365 or other SaaS applications.
The really cool part is that if this user is working within the corporate network the user can enjoy SSO to on-premises Integrated Windows Authentication based resources as well, provided the organization has enabled this functionality. Continue reading
It has been a while since my last blogpost as I have been on parental leave with my 1 year old son. I have also got a new employment since then and are now working for Lumagate AS in Norway as a Senior Consultant. Over to the important stuff 🙂
Domain joining a PC has been the way for companies in a long time to make sure they have a common identity inside their network and control of the PCs in their network. This does not change with Windows 10. However new possibilities come to play when Azure AD becomes a part of the picture. Continue reading
So I have been testing around a bit with password changes on Windows 10 when my machine is joined to Azure AD. I have testet a few scenarios and would like you share my impressions. All scenarios are based on a Cloud Only enviroment and does not have any connections to an OnPremise AD. Continue reading
Today Microsoft announced that the ConfigMgr vNext Technical Preview 2 is available for download. This preview will let you have a look at the functionality that will deliver full support for Windows 10 deployment, upgrade and management.
New features available in Technical Preview 2 include: Continue reading
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