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Remote User Authentication via AAD

Hi Folks,

Currently on premise staff must sign into their work PC via local domain controller to do work with no local admin access to their PC.

If the local AD is synch with AAD then would this permit staff working from home to be authenticated by AAD and sign into their work PC?

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Hello @Sebring-0064,

Thanks for reaching out.

Yes, Firstly you need to setup hybrid identity with Azure Active Directory by synchronizing users identity to AAD, To achieve hybrid identity with Azure AD, one of three authentication methods can be used, depending on your scenarios. The three methods are:

Password hash synchronization (PHS)
Pass-through authentication (PTA)
Federation (AD FS)

And then users can join their windows 10 devices to Azure AD to experience device sign-in using work account also experience SSO with both cloud and on-premises apps and resources. Learn more about Azure AD joined devices, refer.

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