Currently, we are not aware of any plans from Windows Server for this capability. We’ll continue to work with Windows Server to revisit this in the near future
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I agree, for SME who want to go cloud only, it would be ideal if we could just migrate the LOB apps to Azure VM servers and just join to Azure AD....saves an awful lot of work and costs to the clients..
I am also PoC a Hybrid Azure AD join RDSH server scenario, so I can test Conditional Access against users sessions initiating from a Hybrid joined RDSH device.
We have a test tenant with public FQDN and routable. I have followed all MS documentation, setup AADConnect, SSO, SCP, GPOs followed it to the letter, but for some reason the device ID does not appear in Azure for the auto join to occur!
I tried Winodws Server 2012 R2 (with workplace client), 2016 DC and 2019 DC versions, none of them I can Hybrid join to Azure AD...
it would have been ideal if like Windows 10 there was an option to Join to Azure AD from settings>accounts, rather than going through all this work...