Windows 10: Authentication to domain without joining
Authentication to domain without joining
as my subjects states I am looking to see if it is possible to Authenticate to a domain without joining.
I am looking to be able to use my surface pro 4 device at some of our clients without having to join my device to any domain. even at my shop. where I could use one of our old server blades as a lab for testing things.
I know my co worker was looking into something like this as well, I would like to keep all the group policy's and all that jazz off my own personal device but still be able to use active directory.
If that makes any sense.
of course, i used to use a shortcut to the MMC.msc that i had customised to runas and enter the domain credentials when prompted.
configure one of these for each customer or domain you wish and off you go. this was back in the 2k3 days but there are newer ways using the same methodology such as the below.
Run Active Directory Management Tools as Another User | Sigkill IT
to further add, you can do the same with scripts to map network drives that you can run when you are on site also, same idea really. you can authenticate against any resource on a domain or lan as long as you have credentials with permissions to do so regardless of your local machines status.
access to file shares is easy
Thanks Eddie I will be looking into this way more for sure, awesome stuff. Things for me to be looking into and working on Love it.
I have a non-domain computer (win 10 basic).
Can it connect to a Aerohive wireless domain network?
Any links to a tutorial on the net?
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First post here. Hey all.
Any ideas on how to get multifactor authentication running on windows 10 on a domain with Active Directory?
I have seen tutorials on getting it working with Azure. Maybe it's not possible yet?