Can someone please give me some advice.
For years we have had our own on premise domain with AD etc.
Recently when renewing licenses with our supplier we were advised to go down the route of Windows 10 Enterprise E3 per user licences rather than our previous per computer licenses.
Now to activate these correctly you have to join the computer to Azure AD rather than as it now to our on-site AD.
I have tested doing this for one user on a test computer to try and get my head around it, and first thing I note is that obviously they then have to sign on using email address e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org rather than using previous login of fred_b. This is not an issue.
Once logged in the computer shows as activated correctly via a subscription as it should do.
But obviously things such as Group Policies now don't apply which is not something I had thought of or been warned about when sold these new licenses.
Can someone who has been throw this change tell me how I still have my original functionality of group policy settings but still be compliant with the licensing for Windows 10 Enterprise E3 needing Azure AD etc
Thank you very much