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RenatoPereira asked SoumilBhatt-7589 published

Intune - BYOD Windows 10 Home & settings for employee

Hi,

since Intune can hadle the 'BYOD', if a user brings a personal laptop with 'W10-Home' to use MS Outlook and OneDrive during COVI19:

  • is there a way to install some 'intune client' on that laptop?
    • since it´s 'Home' version, could the user log-on on windows with corporate account instead local user account?

    • can we remotelly set up (automatically) these 02 apps with corp account?

  • after some period, is there a way to remotelly remove outlook profile and OneDrive account (both corp)?

tks,



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luchon83 answered

Hi Renato, you need to enrool the device:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/intune/user-help/enroll-windows-10-device

Once is enrolled yo can manage the device, also have in mind that when the user logs in Outlook, captures the information and you ca see it in Azure AD.

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AndyLiu-MSFT answered

Basically, to sign in to Windows with the corporate user account, the Windows 10 device must be joined in Azure AD, which is not supported for Windows 10 Home edition.

Therefore, it's not possible to sign in with corporate account instead of local user account.

However, you still can manage the Windows 10 Home edition device by using Intune. But firstly, you must guide the user to enroll the device in Intune.

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RenatoPereira answered SoumilBhatt-7589 published

Hi @AndyLiu-MSFT,

tks for quick reply.

About your texts:

"Therefore, it's not possible to sign in with corporate account instead of local user account."
Unfortunatelly, we realize that in real case.

"However, you still can manage the Windows 10 Home edition device by using Intune."
What kind of "manage" we can accomplish? Install some app? Set up some policies?

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Yes, you can deploy apps and policies by using Intune.

Intune supports Windows 10 Home edition.

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Hi @AndyLiu-MSFT

we are able to enroll the windows 10 Home devices , But Policy is not applying on it we have more the 20 devices to mange and apply policy for USB block and Application Installation

Can you help , if we miss something

Regards
Soumil

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