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I have a costumer, who are using Azure AD and Office 365.
All client computers (Windows 10) are Azure domain joined.
In Azure we have a NAV 2017 server ( Windows server 2016 with NAV 2017 10.0.18197.0) installed.
All client can connect and use NavUserPassword.
If I make another instance and set it to Windows Authentication i doesn't work on the client, but fine with the admin account.
What I think is wrong, is that the users are signing on to there laptops using e-mail and password.
But when i sign in to the server and test it from there i'm using domain\username....
Can someone point me in the direction, for getten NAV 2017 and Azure AD login to work?
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