3. Is there anything I need to do to configure Azure in my Office 365 account? Default everything is setup just fine. If you want to do more like using policies etc you need the Intune subscription. 4. The article that Salvator linked to shows how to dō this for First Run Experience.
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Thank you for writing to Microsoft Community Forums. Yes, you can go ahead, convert the current Microsoft account to a Local account, and then sign in with the desired Microsoft account. Let me help you with the steps: To convert the Microsoft account to a Local account: Login to the computer. Press Windows Logo key + I, to open Settings.
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I wanted to know if there is a way to sign out of my Microsoft account on his computer. Please get back to me as soon as possible. Thanks in Advance . Hi z0mbie789. I found out a way to solve your problem. 1)Go to settings (Not control panel) 2)Click on Accounts. 3)In the Your Account tab click on Sign in with local account instead (Above Your ...