Why yes you can and in fact that is another reason I say this could be a lot of company’s big foray into Azure. If you’re coming from Microsoft 365 and let’s say you’ve been in that eco-system for a while, maybe you’ve made it this far and never had a domain controller. No problem. We still use, as a company, our accounting department and a couple of other people still have to use like 2 legacy tools that are not SaaS based. So we used to have, well we still do, we have 2 servers sitting up in Azure that 3 or 4 people would have to get into to do their job and we don’t have any domain controllers. Our personal WVD environment is running exactly that way. It uses Azure active directory domain services, and you log in and you’re on WVD.
- Can we have different Microsoft licenses for different employees?
- How many devices can I install Office apps on if I have a M365 business plan?
- Do you support persistent and non-persistent WVD?
- Can we move from a traditional Microsoft Client Server environment to Windows Server?
- Can we get rid of our on-premise domain controllers and move to Azure Domain Services?