One of the feature IT pros miss today (at the time of this post) is the standardization of the Computer Names when using Autopilot for Hybrid scenarios. The reason being the limited flexibility while creating the Domain Join configuration profile in Intune which is only allows a prefix followed by a random set of characters When AD domain-joined devices are also joined to Azure AD, they're called hybrid Azure AD joined devices. Using Windows Autopilot, you can enroll hybrid Azure AD joined devices in Intune. To enroll, you also need a Domain Join configuration profile. A Domain Join configuration profile includes on-premises Active Directory domain information
When working with Windows Autopilot and implementing Hybrid join you will face different issues. One common challenge is to implement a naming convention for your devices, because Autopilot only allows to change the name based on As some of you have noticed, the naming convention allowed for Windows Autopilot Hybrid Azure AD joined devices isn't particularly flexible: You can specify a prefix (e.g. AD-) and the rest of the computer name will be filled in with random characters and digits to pad the name to 15 characters Allow Azure Hybrid AD Domain Join to use %SERIAL% or %RAND% variables for the Domain Join Intune Device Configuration Profile Currently, Azure AD Hybrid Domain Join (In Preview) does not allow the use of variables such as %SERIAL% or %RAND% but only allows the use of a simple prefix such as WIN10- for the computer name Select Windows 10 or later and Domain Join (Preview) On the right side, provide the computer name prefix, domain name, and OU to add to a computer to, in DN Format. Make sure you assign this Device configuration profile to your All autopilot group. Also, make sure that only one profile is available to your device In Intune go to Device Configuration > Profiles > Device Profiles and then Add Profile. Give your profile a name, select the platform as Windows 10 or later and the profile type to Domain Join. Enter a computer name prefix, the domain name and the OU in Distinguished name format. Next you must assign the policy to users or devices
@Isaias_Perez There is only one option you can use with hybrid and that is a prefix. You can create a Configuration Policy in Intune of the type Domain Join (preview). There you have the setting Computer name prefix. There are random characters added after that prefix to get a 15 character computer name To verify this, a computer was enrolled with autopilot after a factory reset, when it got to the Joining your organisation's network stage in the ESP a 'Start-AdSyncSyncCycle' powershell command was initiated on the domain controller. When doing this, the 1 to 2 hours waiting time was reduced to less than 5 minutes Challenge One of the feature IT pros miss today (at the time of this post) is the standardization of the Computer Names when using Autopilot for Hybrid scenarios. The reason being the limited flexibility while creating the Domain Join configuration profile in Intune which is only allows a prefix followed by a random set of characters There are limitations with non-routable DNS domain names (e.g. contoso.local), unless you are using federation (e.g. ADFS). If you are using third-party federation providers, they need to do certain specific things to support Hybrid Azure AD Join (e.g. support for WS-Federation and WS-Trust). Ask your vendor what it takes to make this work
Domain join profile \ computer name prefix? #2124. Closed. xNiklasJern opened this issue on Mar 14, 2019 — with docs.microsoft.com · 1 comment. Closed The goal was to update the SCEP distributed device certificate subject name match the actual computer name set by the Domain Profile, for Hybrid Azure AD joined devices provisioned using Windows Autopilot With Windows AutoPilot Hybrid Join you can completely deploy your Windows 10 devices with Intune (AutoPilot) and Join them to your On-Premise AD Domain. When you have setup Windows AutoPilot, you will notice that the Devices deployed are 'Azure AD Joined'
Rename Hybrid AD Autopilot Device 5 minute read Description: So the goal of this post is to clarify what all we tried for renaming devices joined using Hybrid Azure AD Join. Per Microsoft, renaming hybrid devices is not yet supported: To Resolve: First thing I wanted to do is find Device Name and Group Tag from the Intune portal via code: Image Intune Hybrid Autopilot computer name serial number Hi All, With our autopilot deployment ive recently come to realise that using variables like %serial% isnt supported with the hybrid autopilot profile - it only allows a prefix like win- in the domain join profile Problem that customer had was that some user created bitlocker profile and assigned it to autopilot group. When user tried to configure computer with autopilot, bitlocker profile kicked in first and that was the reason why autopilot and hybrid domain join failed . Another acceptable answer would be answering how to deal with randomly named machines in Azure AD, when machine names are left alone Windows 10 PC is registered to Autopilot, via PowerShell script or by your hardware vendor. PC receives an Autopilot deployment profile specifying it will be Hybrid joined. Autopilot communicates this to Intune, which then checks if a domain join configuration profile exists. This whole time, the PC is just constantly polling for a domain.
Link the newly created GPO (Hybrid Azure AD join) to the desired OU (OU=AutoPilot Domain Join,DC=9tech,DC=ca) containing domain-joined computers that belong to your controlled rollout population . Login to AD Connect Server and run Synchronization Service Manager Navigate to containers using the following figure. Select your OU, Save, and Exi Offline Domain Join: Could not establish connectivity after time: (0x16E39F) milliseconds. Result: (Could not find the domain controller for this domain.). As well as some other warnings during the process: AutoPilot policy [CloudAssignedDeviceName] not found. AutoPilot policy [AUTOPILOT_OOBE_SETTINGS_AAD_AUTH_USING_DEVICE_TICKET] not found
Hybrid Domain Join via Workspace ONE UEM June 23, 2021 Create a new Azure AD Group which will be used to assign computer objects an AutoPilot profile. Groups can be created directly in Azure Admin Portal, or they can be created in the Endpoint Manager Admin Console. Domain Join Configuration - Pick a Machine name format Entdecken Sie die Vielfalt unserer großen Auswahl an Hybridmodellen. Ob Plug-in-Hybrid oder Mild-Hybrid: Finden Sie einen Antrieb, der zu Ihnen passt Type the Informative Name to Identify the Profile and Description. Select the Platform as Windows 10 and later. Select the Domain Join(Preview) as for the Profile type. On the Settings blade, do the needful to set the Computer Name Prefix, Domain Name and the OU where the Device is going to reside and finally Click Create. Example of OU. Name the profile accordingly and select Windows 10 and later under Platform. As for the Profile type select Domain Join. Under the Settings blade, configure the required settings. In this example I've configured the computer name prefix to be CL and also specified the fully qualified domain name of the domain that the devices will be joined to Set computer name with Autopilot in Windows 1809. There are a few other nice little tricks like Hybrid AAD Join that Autopilot now can do, which will make Autopilot more compatible as OEMS etc. get more support. Leave a comment or questions below. /Marius. By Marius A. Skovli.
Devices provisioned with Autopilot are Azure AD joined by default and managed using Microsoft Endpoint Manager. Optionally, an administrator can enable hybrid Azure AD join by also joining the device to an on-premises Active Directory domain using a domain join configuration profile in conjunction with the offline domain-join connector. This a high level design of a Hybrid AD Joined deployment: In an Hybrid AD Join deployment the device needs to be able to contact the Microsoft Cloud and the Domain Controller. This is needed because the device needs to be joined to Azure AD and the normal Active Directory. This has advantages and disadvantages 3: Created group C with the testing computer B in it. 4: Created Hybrid Azure AD joined Autopilot profile and assigned it to group C in Intune. 5: Created Domain Join profile in Intune point it to right AD OU, and Assigned it to group C in Intune. 6: Created few app and assigned to group C. After all the setup, I turned on my.
In my specific case the users UPN and the domain that they had federated with O365 was user@domainA.com but the real domain name on prem and the name that all the devices used was computer.domainB.com. The fix in this scenario was to federate domainB.com with ADFS as well and include domainB in our claims rules Modern Management - Part One - Autopilot Demo on Hyper-V Modern Management - Part Two - Office 365 Deployment via Intune Modern Management - Part Three - Packaging Win32 Application for Intune Modern Management - Part Four - OneDrive Silent Configuration Modern Management - Part Five - Windows Updates Modern Management - Part Six - Resetting. When configured along with a Hybrid Join Autopilot profile, devices go through OOBE to join Azure AD as Hybrid Azure AD joined. If you met all the requirements and assumptions for hybrid domain join, you have met them all for on-premises domain join so you can move on to setting this up, starting with Step One: Configure ADUC in the On-Premises.
The organizational unit that's entered in the Domain Join profile. If no profile is selected, the computer's domain name for your domain. Open Active Directory Users and Computers (DSA.msc). Right-click the organizational unit that you'll use to create hybrid Azure AD-joined computers, and then select Delegate Control Hybrid Azure AD Join with Delegated OU. Azure AD hybrid join was generally enabled for Windows 10 devices and Windows Server 2016 or better in the NETID domain on June 25, 2020, via a change to settings in our Azure AD Connect. A computer in the NETID AD can end up in a hybrid joined state one of two ways
Autopilot Registration using Intune. Under Add Windows Autopilot devices, click the folder icon and browse to the AutopilotHWID.csv file you previously copied to your local computer. The file should contain the serial number and 4K HH of your VM (or device). Click Import. Import Windows Autopilot devices Active Directory Domain Join. point to remember about leveraging Workspace ONE UEM integrated with Windows Autopilot is that this process DOES NOT join a Windows 10 computer to an on-premises Active Directory Domain. Enter a name for your Autopilot Deployment profile
Microsoft Autopilot Hybrid Domain join scenarios do not require device pre-registration. Login to Windows 10 as a user on your domain and validate from the System Settings that the computer name matches the name defined in the Domain Join Configuration. You'll also see in the Control Panel > Accounts page that the machine is joined to the. Hybrid domain join group policy. Performing the required tasks to configure hybrid Azure AD join has been simplified through the use of the Initialize-SecMgmtHybirdDeviceEnrollment cmdlet found in the SecMgmt PowerShell module. Many organizations want to adopt a new deployment using Autopilot. Name it ex- Hybrid Azure AD join . (with an offline domain join blob learn more) But not the hybrid join to Azure. For this we will need to wait for the next sync thorugh AAD Connector to have the computer object in AAD too. This is the following step during the ESP The same thing will happen for facial recognition or fingerprint. Bummer. The reason is because Windows Hello for Business is disabled by default on domain-joined computers. If you want to setup Windows Hello for Business in a hybrid environment, there is a whole bunch of technical stuff required before it's ready to rock If you are experiencing unexpected issues with the Hybrid Join or you want roll back. You can execute the dsregcmd /leave commando. This will not unjoin the computer from the on-premises domain, it will only unjoin the computer from Azure AD. /join. If you want to manually join the computer to Azure AD, you can execute the dsregcmd /join command
Name changes should only be performed from the Windows 10 1903 or better, initiated locally from the computer itself, when it has line of sight connectivity to a NETID domain controller. Failed computer renames may result in loss of authentication and access to the computer, so if in doubt and the computer is remote, don't attempt a rename Create an AAD Group for Devices. Create Autopilot Deployment Profile for Hybrid VPN Join and assign to the above AAD-Group, preferably to All Devices. Capture hardware hash import device and assign profile. Get-WindowsAutoPilotInfo. The sample below will capture the hash, upload in Intune, add to a group and assign to the deployment profile
. However.mine weren't. I could see the objects synchronised up to AAD, but in the registered column they just said Pending. Enter a Name and (possibly) a Description. To Deployment mode, select User driven. In the zone Join Azure AD like, select Attached to Azure AD Hybrid (pre-release). Select OOBE (Out-Of-Box Experience), configure the options as needed, and select Save. Create and assign a domain join profile Create Profile. 1
From this, we need to extract the user name. Also, there are high chances that a user may use more than 1 windows 10 device. Hence, we need to add some random digits to the new computer name. Finally, we will use Rename-Computer command to set the new name to computer. Below is the script, which we will use to arrive at new name This feature is used to join devices to the on-premise Active Directory domain (using ODJ - Offline Domain Join) and the Azure AD tenant within Intune, during Autopilot device enrollment. This creates a Hybrid domain joined scenario for client devices to process local group policy and be managed by Intune. This is particularly useful as many. Search forEvent ID 30120 verify Intune AD connector can download the policy to generate the Offline domain join blob. Name:RequestHandlingPipeline_DownloadSuccess, Search for Event ID 30130 verify Intune connector service can successfully create an offline domain join blob This blog post is around creating a naming convention for your Windows devices in Intune. As you are probably aware when enrolling new devices through autopilot you can now use a naming convention. This works great for new devices but does not cater for existing devices which you already have in Intune. Renaming Existing Device
Under Computer name domain and workgroup settings click change settings. Trying Out Autopilot Hybrid Join Over Vpn In Your Azure Lab Microsoft Tech Community . How To Join A Windows 10 Pc To A Domain . Join Windows Server 2016 To An Active Directory Domain Dimitris Tonias The semi-obvious answer would be to use AutoPilot, except I would need line-of-sight to the domain controller for hybrid-join to work and we are just beginning to get Intune configured in production (see note about lab build above)
The Process - Part 1 - Hybrid Azure AD Join. The computer joins on-prem Active Directory; The computer retrieves the SCP (tenant) information from Active Directory This is achieved by a Task Scheduler entry within \Microsoft\Windows\Workplace Join called Automatic-Device-Join which runs whenever there's a Computer name prefix: define the computer name prefix; keep in mind the name is limited to 15 characters so defined a shorter prefix; remaining characters will be used to uniquely name the computer Domain name: your fully qualified Active Directory domain name (aka mydomain.local) Organization Unit: (optional - if not set, will use the.
Now run your machine through autopilot. You Eventually, you should have a hybrid joined device. That is, Azure Ad Joined, and Domain Joined via the Offline Domain Join connector. NOTE: The client machine will need a line of sight to the DC to complete offline domain join via the connector 2)Assigned deployment profile to the group of autopilot. 3)Assigned Domain Join Profile 4)Add Intune Connector and make sure to stay active. Azure AD . 1)Assigned EMS license to the user. Azure AD Connect. 1)Successfully synced 2)1.1.89 version or later and configured as Hybrid Domain Join Reading Time: 4 minutes In this blog post, we will cover the steps of a converting a Hybrid Joined Windows Device to an AutoPilot/Intune Enrolled machine. - Firstly this blog post assumes that you already have AzureAD Sync Setup and AzureAD Hybrid Device Sync configured.For this example, in this lab, we have a computer HYPERVLAB-PC01 which is a Windows [
Test Microsoft Autopilot Windows 10 deployment profile. On the test computer, hit Reset this PC under Settings/Update & Security/Recovery. Wait for the reset to complete. Provide necessary user customization like Country, language, and keyboard. Then the user's email and password will be asked On the machine to be removed from Hybrid AAD join, remove the applied GPO locally for automatic registration. Delete the registry key for autoWorkplaceJoin. Open powershell and connect to Azure AD, run Get-MSOLDevice and take note of the DeviceID. Install the module if needed. In the same powershell command window, run Remove-MsolDevice command. Even when you followed the Hybrid Azure AD join instructions to set up your environment, you still might experience some issues with the computers not registering with Azure AD.. If you are looking for troubleshooting guide for the issue when Azure AD Conditional Access policy is treating your successfully joined station as Unregistered, see my other recent post Create the Organizational Units in AD, these will be synchronized with Azure AD when Hybrid connectivity is configured Employees Devices>Windows 10. Join Windows 10 to the Domain. Join a Computer to a Domain. Implement Hybrid Join. On the 2016 Server install AD Connect; Use the following guide to Install AD Connect with Express Setting
Autopilot-enabled computer. User turns on computer. Computer automatically connects to the Autopilot service + downloads the Autopilot profile. User goes through the Autopilot OOBE.User signs in using UW Netid. Computer is enrolled in IntuneIntune deploys offline domain join configuration policy. Computer asks Intune for ODJ blob Autopilot Profile causes Device Rename after ConfigMgr OSD Task Sequence and Breaks AD Domain Trust December 2, 2020 We got some new hardware models in this week and added drivers to our ConfigMgr OSD Task Sequence (with Windows 10 1909 serviced with November 2020 updates) to test Perform an offline domain join. Logon to the machine that you want to join to the domain with a local administrator account and open a command prompt with elevated privileges. Run the following.
In a previous post we discussed about the three ways to setup Windows 10 devices for work with Azure AD.I later covered in detail how Windows 10 domain joined devices are registered in Azure AD.In this post I want to provide some insight about what happens behind the scenes when users join devices to Azure AD (Azure AD Join) Window Autopilot is getting better and better with every release of Microsoft Intune and Windows 10 build. The latest is that we can put a Autopilot payload down on the device before the OOBE and then make it a Autopilot device without collection the hardware hash for older devices or get the information from th In this blog I will look at how to convert an existing corporate device to Autopilot. Configuration Ensure you have an AD/AAD group that contains the existing corporate devices that you would like to target for Autopilot conversion. Open the Azure portal and navigate to Microsoft Intune > Device enrollment > Windows enrollment On th This value should be NO for a domain-joined computer that is also hybrid Azure AD joined. AzureAdJoined : YES. This field indicates whether the device is joined. The value will be YES if the device is either an Azure AD joined device or a hybrid Azure AD joined device. If the value is NO, the join to Azure AD has not completed yet Azure AD is a Microsoft service that lets you generate attributes to a registered computer object in on-premises Active Directory. This task is an overview of the PingFederate Azure AD registration process. The automatic registration process with Azure AD is performed in two stages.. Stage 1: Device registration. Processing Steps. Using PingFederate and the Kerberos Token Processor, the device.
As you can tell when adding an Autopilot hybrid profile, things get a lot more complicated as there is offline domain join involved. But it just got a lot smoother with its new feature in Intune 2006 where it is possible to use 3 rd party VPN solution Ok, so what I am trying to achieve is configuring a brand new laptop shipped to a user, using autopilot to configure OOBE and also join to local domain (Hybrid Azure domain join), I was told that the laptop needs to be in the internal domain so that it is able to ping the DC to complete hybrid domain join The really cool thing about Azure AD Join is that it provides users with a self-service experience for joining their devices to the company network. By contrast, joining a computer to an on-premises Active Directory domain is done either by an administrator or is built into the imaging process when creating corporate images for installing Windows Computers that use nonstandard computer names Computers that have Windows 10 preinstalled Computers that are in a workgroup You must configure the computers to meet the following corporate requirements: All the computers must be joined to the domain. All the computers must have computer names that use a prefix of CONTOSO Hybrid Azure AD join ^ Hybrid Azure AD join is aimed at businesses that want to manage company-owned devices locally with System Center Configuration Manager or Group Policy, but that need SSO to cloud apps and perhaps some help with Intune. Because this is Azure AD join, we're talking here only about Windows-based endpoints
Enter a name for your profile, and configure your desired options. Select your Virtual Machine you have just imported and then select 'AutoPilot deployment'. You will now see another nice green tick with 'We updated the profile on your device (s)' and you'll see the profile listed against your Virtual Machine 5. Add a Name and Description If you want all devices in the assigned groups to automatically convert to Autopilot, set Convert all targeted devices to Autopilot to Yes. Notes on this setting: • You would need to have the devices registered in the Autopilot service or enrolled into Intune which I will be showing you in a later section Note: The hybrid Azure AD join is only available for user driven deployments. Log onto a DC or perform this remotely through the appropriate tools if you prefer. Its not super pretty but it does make the PC name more readable than 11 random characters. Select Intune Connector for Active Directory; Now click on the add button to add a new connector Domain Join adds a computer to a particular realm, the Active Directory domain. The computer gets a unique identity and a channel is created so admins can reach out to the computer for settings and policy purposes (a.k.a. Group Policy). When the computer is physically in the domain network it authenticates to the domain through a domain. Your setup is finished. Your users are now able to sign-in to their Windows 10 device using a FIDO2 security key! End-user experience. The end-user experience for Hybrid Azure AD joined device is about the same as for Azure AD joined devices. The user first needs to register a FIDO2 security key via https://myprofile.microsoft.com, as I described in this previous post