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Support Azure AD domain join for Windows Server 2016

Microsoft should strongly consider implementing support for Azure AD join in future builds of Windows Server 2016. I how a couple of customers that have nearly finished the transition to all cloud and is left with a couple of servers due to legacy software. They are currently left with the option to deploy Azure AD Domain Services for supporting a couple (2-5) servers.

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  • Trond T commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    We log in to on-prem win10 workstations with AAD accounts.
    And plan to deploy a few Windows 2016 servers in Azure.
    Surely you cant mean that we cannot login there with the same users?

  • Tor Sommernes commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I support the proposal. We have customers who are reluctant to move to the cloud, just for the same reason.

  • Hamza Zuberi commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Much needed feature, we need users to login on on-premise Windows 2016 servers via RDP using their office365 organizational accounts, but this is only currently possible on Windows 10!

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