Jul 19 2022 05:41 PM
Jul 20 2022 12:18 AM
Hi @oryxway390, in addition to what @rahuljindal-MVP suggested. Like he said, you can use a TAP to enroll the device to Azure AD without the need for a password. If you also configure Windows Hello for Business, the user can sign-in to the device with WhfB and change the temporary azure ad password on the next sign-in. I did a video on TAP and a passwordless Autopilot enrollment that might be of interest for you: What is your excuse for passwords? The first 7 minutes are all about assigning a TAP to a user and then do a Autopilot enrollment, setup WhfB and MFA. Hope this helps.
Jul 20 2022 03:12 AM
@Oktay Sari Thank you for the reply and it was very nice to know all the new stuff that is available, and I am going to go through the video. But we are Hybrid AD and not Azure AD. So, will this still work for us when we allow devices enrollment for the first time that we could setup as you have mentioned?