Windows has traditionally had great support for using multiple isolated user profiles ("NT users") on a PC. You could log off and login as a different user or use fast user switching to quickly move between profiles. This will work in Windows 10 just as it did in Windows 8. But Windows 10 takes this one step further and allows you to connect your device to both your personal and your enterprise clouds, within the same login session . With Windows 10, you can add your personal account to a corporate-owned device (joined to a traditional Windows domain or joined to Azure AD), or add your work account to a personal device (to which you signed in with your personal Microsoft account).This same post also has a detailed overview (including screenshots) of how to add an Azure AD account to a personally-owned device As noted in my earlier post on this topic, the concept of enabling multiple users on a device (and, specifically, multiple user identities within the same login session) is something we have heard that you want on all your devices. This request has come up most often from customers that have been using the Office mobile apps on iOS and Android. Alex’s series also goes deep on the benefits, process, and management of devices which are joined to Azure AD. This post resolves a lot of common confusion about OS deployment and management:
The first question customers ask about Azure AD join is "How is this different from domain join?" Domain join gets you the best on-premises experiences on devices capable of domain joining, while Azure AD join is optimized for users that primarily access cloud resources. Azure AD Join is also great if you want to manage devices from the cloud with a MDM instead of with Group Policy and ConfigMgr.This overview also explores how to effectively execute an OS deployment in three of the most common deployment scenarios:
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