Microsoft Azure AD on Server 2019 Standard

Athlone Admin 6 Reputation points
2022-04-26T07:34:47.147+00:00

Good day, I hope you are well,

I am looking for someone that can direct me in the right direction to resources that can assist with my setup. I have a Windows 2019 Standard server acting as my domain controller.

What I am trying to achieve and trying to see if it is possible is to connect my Azure AD Free account to my Domain controller and allow users on the domain to log in with their Office 365 account without needing to load the account on the machine. We have 39 teachers that use 4 machines as a shared PC. I want to allow them to sit at any one of these machines and log in with their 365 accounts and have access to the computer. We have a similar issue with our computer lab where we have 40 machines that are shared between 450 students. They should be able to sit and enter their 365 details and then be able to work on the machine. Is this possible and can this feature be added without needing to make major changes to my domain controller?

Please keep in mind that I am a novice and learning, any assistance and information is greatly appreciated for I am excited to learn what I need to achieve my goal.

Thanks and kind regards

Krynauw Kruger

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  1. Carlos Solís Salazar 11,526 Reputation points
    2022-04-26T08:56:31.553+00:00

    Hi @Athlone Admin

    Thank you for asking this question on the **Microsoft Q&A Platform. **

    I understand that you require that you automatically log in to your Microsoft 365 Account with your Windows credentials, right?

    Well, I think you need Azure Active Directory Seamless Single Sign-On:

    Azure Active Directory Seamless Single Sign-On (Azure AD Seamless SSO) automatically signs users in when they are on their corporate devices connected to your corporate network.

    Source https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/hybrid/how-to-connect-sso

    Hope this helps,
    Carlos Solís Salazar


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