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ChristopherPaco-7496 asked GitaraniSharmaMSFT-4262 edited

Windows365 using different subnet

Hello!

i've successfully created an azure site to site connection (vnet, subnets, local and virtual gateways are all good)
i've purchased a couple windows365 licenses then configured an azure network connection (join type = Azure AD Join) tied the connection to my azure resource group, vnet and subnet.

so i then fire up the cloudpc, i get a completely different ip address/subnet that is definitely not mine. im unable to ping or access my on-prem network.
i then fire up an azure vm in the same resource group. i can ping my on prem network with no prob. not sure what im missing or where the windows365 cloud pc is getting its routing or subnet information but any help would great. thanks in advance

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soysoliscarlos answered soysoliscarlos commented

Hi @

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

The windows 365 Cloud pc has diverse kinds of networks.

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Source: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-365/enterprise/architecture

According to your explanation, you require an On-Premises network connection.

This is the documentation to create an Azure Network Connection

Azure network connections (ANC) let you provision Cloud PCs that are attached to a virtual network that you manage.

Hope this helps,
Carlos Solís Salazar


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ChristopherPaco-7496 answered soysoliscarlos commented

fyi, what worked for me was using the Azure Hybrid Join method. once i configured windows365 for hybrid the "azure network connection" successfully provisioned and i was able to get visibility to our internal network using the azure site to site connection i created. thank you!

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