User getting 8018002 error when trying to register device to company. Office support says its Azure problem.

asked 2020-08-24T22:56:37.453+00:00
Reenst Lesemann 101 Reputation points


In Windows 10>Settings>Account>Access Work> Connect, device registration fails and returns 80180002 error. Activating Office 365 desktop apps returns same error.

Problem started after Bios settings reset request from Dell Support for unrelated battery issue.

MS Office support ticket opened and closed as they say issue is with Azure.

PC reset and computer renamed but that did not resolve problem.

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  1. answered 2020-08-26T17:13:32.503+00:00
    Reenst Lesemann 101 Reputation points

    I'll answer my own question. The problem was that the addition of InTune to Azure causes mobility settings to be turned to incorrect setting. Without a subscription to InTune, there is no way to fix this. Had to do free premium trial to be able to assign license and change MDM and MAM settings to 'None'. Image shows correct settings.


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  1. answered 2020-12-17T00:11:50.78+00:00
    Tasneem-MBA Jamali 6 Reputation points


    how did u do that? I am setting up a laptop for my organization, and by adding the work email am getting this message.
    How do I go about this?

  2. answered 2022-11-30T14:32:15.407+00:00
    Greg Bishop 1 Reputation point

    This is also happening for me, but my organization has it so I can't change those settings. So I'm screwed I guess?