Month: March 2016
One of the many new capabilities of Windows 10 is the ability to join a device to Azure AD Premium (AADP). There are many good posts, such as this one from Microsoft, that show how to join an existing Win10 system, but nothing that shows the out-of-box experience or some of the newer AADP for “AADJ”, which is what this post aims to highlight as a quick start guide.
First, configure your AADP tenant to allow connections.
Next, this is a possible out-of-box setup experience for a new Win10 device.
Note that the account below will be automatically added to the local admins group.
Once we’re within Windows, the system properties shows that we are joined to the AAD domain.
Additionally, the user in AADP shows that the system is AAD Joined.