Multiple Users per Device - Azure AD?

Peter Bradshaw 31 Reputation points

I want all users from my organisation to be able to log in to all devices.

I tried just adding the users in settings but it said the Microsoft accounts didn't exist.

However I think I had to connect the device to our company's Azure AD, which I have now done. I assume this lets people log in with our company extension ( However if I sign out and try to sign in to 'Other User', it still doesn't let me sign in with a colleague's account. If I go to settings and 'Add Work or School Account' it seems to do something. 'AzureAD\FirstnameSecondname' appears under the Work Users section. However if I then try to switch Users it still won't let me sign into this second account.

Can anyone shed any light on what I'm supposed to do here? Thanks

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  1. Siva-kumar-selvaraj 15,416 Reputation points

    Hello @Peter Bradshaw ,

    Hope you had selected below option while joining device to Azure AD:


    You can run dsregcmd.exe /status which display current state of device as below, if status set to AzureADJoined=Yes then every users part of Azure AD can login. Try using AzureAD\<UPN> format when you Sign-in to AzureAD joined device, if the issue sill persist then use Event Viewer to locate the log entries logged by Device registration service, Located under Application and Services Log > Microsoft > Windows > AAD


    Hope this helps.

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