Image W10 workstations for Azure AD join?

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    Image W10 workstations for Azure AD join?


    Hi All,

    I want to image Windows 10; but more importantly I need to join Azure AD 'Out of the Box'!

    I don't have a 'master' Azure AD account. I am not even sure that such a thing exits, e.g.: the Administrator account on a standard Active Directory Domain.

    Where should I be looking for configuration, where it comes to Azure AD automatic joining?

    My thoughts are PowerShell DST! But that is just a rumour.

    Any suggestions would be amazing.

    Regards,

    Davo
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 Build 1809
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    Hi Mr Davo. Welcome to the TenForums @Mr Davo

    Not exactly sure what you are trying to accomplish.

    You say you want to image Windows 10. Do you mean you want to take a backup of your current Win 10 environment.

    Maybe others could help if you could explain what you are trying to accomplish in more detail.

    Active Directory is usually a product for large corporations to authenticate you and determine what access you have. Are you trying to join a corporate domain?

    Saw this article and thought I should post but again not understanding what you are trying to do it likely misses the mark. One thing for sure, it does not work with Windows Home edition.

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azu...ed-devices-frx


    Ken
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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