Support Hybrid AD join when using VDI
Please support Hybrid AD join when using VDI to deal with conditional access policy.
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This is already posible. Just run dsregcmd /leave right before shutting down you template or master VM. Then the VM's will Hybrid join on startup
We have conditional access rules that require Azure AD hybrid join. We are not federated via ADFS, but using Azure AD as IDP (Hybrid with On Premise AD). Currently non-persistent VDI is not supported with Windows 10 (current) when used with Azure AD join, when not using ADFS. Please add support for this configuration.
Haroon Manzoor- Please support AzureAD Hybrid join
Yes Same Here...
Please support Hybrid AD join when using VDI.
Greg Kern commented
We would like to see AzureAD Hybrid-joined for non-Persistent VDI devices... We have HUNDREDS of these types of VDIs which are built from a MASTER Image... They need to have their UNIQUE Device ID's registered in AzureAD so that Users can consistently receive O365 Tokens...
We're looking forward to this support. We set some restrictions to allow only corporate device (hybrid join) and now our VDI was blocked from access.
Hi, we are facing a similar scenario with one of our customer and in my research I have found the following article/blog https://azureera.com/configure-hybrid-azure-ad-joined-with-non-persistent-vdi/ . I per say have not tried this work around as we can only suggest / implement Microsoft documented solutions, but reading the blog it seems as though it might have potential to work.
Gert Hermans commented
Hi, same here. We are trying to move to VMWare Horizon instant clones and conditional access (more specifically the fact that no Azure PRT token is generated, causing conditional access policies to fail) is blocking our deployment.
Charlie Ting commented
Yes. Same here. We have Citrix Non-persistent VDI and we have rolled out Office365 proplus and switching to Exchange Online.