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Berkelaar, Boris

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    Berkelaar, Boris commented  · 

    dsregcmd /join -> join the device to AAD (you have to be administrator of the system to perform this action)
    dsregcmd /join /debug -> debug the join (again administrator)
    dsregcmd /debug -> precheck whether AAD join can be performed
    dsregcmd /leave -> removes the AAD registration when executed as NT Authority
    dsregcmd /leave /debug -> debug the leave (execute as NT authority)

    Those are the ones I know.

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    1 comment  ·  Azure Active Directory » Azure AD Join  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Berkelaar, Boris commented  · 

    Contact Microsoft Azure AD team, they have a tool which will remove any remnants of registrations. Afterwards, execute an AAD connect sync cycle and afterwards make sure the user will logon to the sytem with a line of sight to the domain controller and to the internet (and that the users logs on with an account that is synced to Azure AD).

    You can package the tool and distribute it to all your users as available through SCCM so your Servicedesk has easy access to the tool.

    I'd like to see that Microsoft integrates the tool into Windows 10.

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