"Allow edit range" permission on Azure AD joined device

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Hello. 

Many of our users use "Allow edit range" permission in excel. On domain joined devcies, users can search Windows AD to select the user to assign permission. However, on Azure AD joined devcies only local system is listed and thus permission cannot be assigned to a user. 

 

Has anyone faced this issue ad have found a resolution for this? How to use "Allow edit range" permission and select a user from Azure AD?

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