In the era of cloud-first and mobile-first, organizations embracing bring your own device concept. Control on these devices becomes necessary when these devices use your network, access your applications and data. Apart from BYOD, administrators are also concern about the devices, which are being used by the remote users because these remote users come rarely in the office network and therefore control on these devices become a big-time challenge for the administrators. Azure AD provides a fundamental baseline for device management, it becomes more powerful when combined with MDM (Mobile device management) solution such as Microsoft Intune. You can achieve it either by registering or by joining to Azure AD. Registration can be done for Windows 10, Mac, iOS and Android device while AD join can be done only for Windows 10 devices.
Here are few device configuration settings available at Azure AD Portal.
Login to the Azure AD Portal (https://aad.portal.azure.com) and go to the “Devices”.
Under “All devices” you can see all devices that are being registered or joined to the Azure AD.
Under “Device Settings” you can configure settings based on your organization needs.
Once, devices will be added then you see here in “All devices” panel.
Let see how can your users can register their devices to your corporate network. Registration allows administrators to enforce conditional access on these devices to meet security and compliance criteria of your organization. This registration also helps users to access all the applications associated with this account without logging in multiple times.
Login to you windows 10 system and go to the settings. In settings panel, select Accounts.
Go to “Access work or school” and select “+Connect”.
Enter you Azure AD account in UPN format.
In the password page, enter your password.
It will few seconds to register your machine.
Once you are done will get the following message.
Now, you will be able to see your Azure AD account through which you have registered your device.
Hope, it helped you.