Microsoft Azure AD Joined devices support Kerberos

Microsoft Azure AD Joined devices support Kerberos

Not many people are aware that Microsoft Windows 10 since version 1609 have had support for Kerberos authentication and thereby also bridging an important gap between Azure AD Joined and Domain Joined machines. This is an important step in the migration to a more modern environment with hybrid devices and enabling modern workplace scenarios for customers with traditional intrastructure environments.

This will enable corporate users signing into a Azure AD Joined devices on the corporate network to access resource like:

  • Existing domain applications
  • Network shares
  • Printers
  • and much more


Video demostration of the functionality:


Presentation from Everything User Group in Denmark:


4 thoughts on “Microsoft Azure AD Joined devices support Kerberos”

  • Hi Peter,
    Does this scenario use AADDS or do you have an article how to set this up, i’m curious how you can use on-prem AD resources with an AAD joined device.

  • Very good doc, can I know how to setup hybrid setup. do you have any document for that.

  • Hi Peter,

    to my knowledge this is not working when using Windows Hello. Do you have other experiences?


  • I do trust all of the ideas you’ve introduced for your post. They’re really convincing and can definitely work. Still, the posts are too quick for beginners. Could you please prolong them a little from subsequent time? Thanks for the post.

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