We have several shared Windows 10 PCs. They are all Azure AD joined, cloud-only, no hybrid/on-prem stuff. Our users login with their organizational accounts only. There are no old-school local users on the computers, nor do we want them.
The sign in process on the computers requires that users have to re-enter their username (email) and password/PIN every time they change users (by clicking "Other User" on the Lock Screen) because only the last user is remembered. Is there a way to remember (or at least configure) a set of organiztional users on the PC's lock screen, so that they don't have to pick "Other User" every time someone wishes to login?
This is a small business, and they do not use SCCM or Intune as of now, FWIW.
Sorry to bring this fold topic but I am faced with the same problem. I work in school and teachers are mainly old and it is really a headache for me to make them enter their credentials every time. There has got to be a way for the pc to remember the accounts.