In this article, I’m planning on uncovering a configuration profile in MEM which is known as the Shared Multi-User Device Profiles.
These profiles can be used and applied to the devices in the fleet which will be used by many users periodically and does not require to retain the data in the disk and have device restrictions over usage.
You can setup the login account in the Guest mode and have the option to enable the “Guest” account in the local computer.
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In almost all the cases, the organization is not in a position to get away from the local domain as its tightly connected with other services that are running on-premises and maintaining the on-premises identity is vital.
Further, you have the on-premises domain and the workstations are joined to it, GPOs being pushed across and everything is being managed centrally with the ACLs/ security groups and etc.
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Enter Azure AD Connect Sync that combines the on-premises with the Cloud world.
In most cases, the journey to cloud will start by migrating the Exchange workloads to Exchange Online and by installing Office 365 suite and consuming the benefits that comes with the cloud license, and with this way the hybrid identity is made and will be a part of a much bigger universe.