Cannot access on-premises resources when logged in with PIN code

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Hi,

 

Based on https://support.office.com/en-us/article/access-on-premises-resources-from-an-azure-ad-joined-device... you can access to on-premises file shares from Azure AD joined device.

 

That's true, but if I logon with PIN-code instead of the actual Azure AD account, I can't access the on-premises file shares. Instead there will be a login prompt which by default asks your PIN-code again. If PIN is typed, the network resource is not found.

 

If I choose "another" account and type in my Azure AD account and password, I can access the file share.

 

So is this a known behaviour and is there a way to get around this other than disabling Windows Hello or type in your username every time?

 

BR, Anssi Pajunen

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