Windows log in using Azure AD identity

Klemen Šorak 36 Reputation points
2022-02-14T11:18:36.8+00:00

Hello,

I am IT manager in slovenian Primary School. Since we got completely new IT Classrom and new computers, we would like to enable students to log in Windows with their digital identities.
I checked all settings in Azure AD, also tried connecting computer (running win10 pro edu) to Azure Active Directory. It seem that it has been connected, i can actually manually add users in windows settings (Add user - school or work account). But when i try logging in to my school account - it wont log me in, it is always displaying wrong username/password.

Our Azure subscription:
Azure AD Premium P1

Primary domain:
osrj.onmicrosoft.com

Users use their principal name to sign in Microsoft platforms.
John Sky has username: johns@osrj.si
But as written it wont let mi log in.

Can someone tell me what am i doing wrong, or should something else be done?

best regards Klemen

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  1. Shashi Shailaj 7,581 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2022-02-21T19:54:02.777+00:00

    @Klemen Šorak ,
    Apologies for the delay in response. I understand that you are trying to logon with your AzureAD UPN to your azure AD joined windows machine but unable to logon to it . I hope you have joined the machine to the azure AD with the same account that needs to logon to the device or added the account to the user section as explained below. If not , please follow the instruction to join the machine to azure AD and add the users to the device.

    • Go to Settings => Accounts => Choose the Access Work or School => click connect => make sure you choose the option to join Azure AD.
    • Then from the Accounts => Other Users option , add other users and add the Azure AD account you want to login as a Standard or Administrator.
    • This will allow the Azure AD user to login.
    • At the login prompt use the Azure AD email address (UPN) to login. This will create a new profile for you.
    • now your machine has the your user profile available for the Azure AD user account that you just added.
    • Now reboot the machine once.
    • After the reboot, try logging in on the logging screen with the user which you used to join this device to azure AD or use any of the users which you had added to login .
    • You should use the format AzureAD\johns@osrj.si to logon .
    • This should work and help you logon to the system .

    Hope the information is helpful. In case the information provided in this post is useful , please do accept the post as answer. Should you still have any queries , do let us know and we will be happy to help.

    Thank you .

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  1. Rishi B S 0 Reputation points
    2023-12-04T09:24:28.2266667+00:00

    It logs in using AzureAD\user@domain.com. But, can you help me accessing without using the AzureAD prefix ?

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