Azure network connection failed in W365 Hybrid azure ad join

Khushboo Kumari 0 Reputation points
2024-05-17T15:53:05.1966667+00:00

Hi,

we are trying to create an ANC in Intune to provision enterprise W365 cloud PC. but getting error as below attached images.

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FYI, We are using the correct credentials and the accounts have all the required rights. There is no issue with exceeding any limits. We have also validated everything on the Active Directory side, and everything seems fine, but we are still getting the same error. For your information, we have created a site-to-site connection in Azure with gateway hub transit.

Could you please help us identify the actual issue and how to fix it as soon as possible?

Windows 365 Enterprise
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  1. Crystal-MSFT 45,331 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2024-05-20T02:27:35.93+00:00

    @Khushboo Kumari, Thanks for posting in Q&A. In General, for a standard domain user, it has limit can only join 10 computers into domain. If the limit reaches, we will get the error message like ours.

    https://poweradm.com/unable-to-join-active-directory-domain/#:~:text=You%20have%20exceeded%20the%20maximum%20number%20of%20computer,If%20this%20limit%20is%20exceeded%2C%20an%20error%20occurs.

    Note: Non-Microsoft link, just for the reference.

    To fix this, we can change to use domain admin account or delegate domain join permissions to the user you select.

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    Pease try the above suggestion and if there's any update, feel free to let us know.


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