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Migrating devices from an Azure AD tenant to another Azure AD tenant

Hello, is it possible to migrate user devices, such as PC's, laptop from one AAD tenant to another AAD tenant. I currently have 7 users laptops in another AAD tenant( Tenant A). I want to migrate those 7 user devices from that AAD tenant( Tenant A), to another AAD tenant (Tenant B) and the users can log into (Tenant B) successfully.

Thank you in advance

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SaurabhSharma-msft answered ·

Yes, you can migrate user devices from one tenant to another. You need to follow the below steps -

  1. You need to uninstall AAD connect and re-install it again by using the global account of the new tenant. Please follow the document to configure hybrid azure ad join.

  2. You can then run the below command to leave the device from old tenant:
    Dsregcmd /leave

  3. You can then trigger the device registration process by running Dsregcmd /join in elevated command prompt.

Please make sure to verify the hybrid status of the device using the command “dsregcmd /status”.










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@RobB-1273 Did you get a chance to look into this.

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Hi Saurabh, as i read it seems that the "Dsregcmd /leave" and "Dsregcmd /join" is used if the devices are hybrid Azure AD joined devices. The laptops are devices in AAD they don't have a footprint or part of AD (Tenant A) Nor does (Tenant B) have a footprint to AD. How do i go about migrating devices (laptops) from one tentant to another that aren't in a hybrid infrastructure?

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@RobB-1273 You can use Dsregcmd with Azure AD joined devices as well.

Refer: Troubleshooting devices using the dsregcmd command


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@RobB-1273 Please let me know if you are still having this issue.

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