Allow Azure AD guest users to login to WVD (Azure B2B)
Currently invited guest users from other Azure AD tenants cannot access WVD in the "inviting" AAD. We are forced to create new "twin" user accounts.
This would be very useful for my customer "as-a-service" scenario; predominantly for sign-up approval + self-registration.
Charles Bitter commented
This is a game changer feature. My company that wants to use WVD for 10's of thousands NEEDS this.
@Microsoft is there anybody out there?! This is second most voted WVD enhacement , sitting here for a year with no update from product owner. It would be important to hear if you're going to implement it with some timescale included.
Stephan Bury commented
We plan to use this feature in a project with a big customer. Not having the feature means maintaining around 90-100 duplicate users in our hosting environment's tenant.
This is a hassle for both the end users and for our operations team.
Would be good to hear about any plans regarding the implementation of this feature.
Christopher L Wendt commented
Any update on this? This is EXTREMELY important for us!
Vital feature especially as more organizations uptake WVD in light of workplace modernization initiatives. Moreover a feature that other 3rd-party solutions support already. What is the approximate target (e.g. half-year) for this capability to be introduced? Will there be public and/or private Preview programs?
In some (most ?) scenarios, clients already own an Azure Tenant or at the very least have their own Azure AD because they have Office 365.
For service providers that just want to sell a WVD service that wants to use the client's login/credentials and licenses, the fact that we need to operate and use the client's Tenant is a potential deal-breaker ! or at the very least adds unwanted complexity
There must be an easier way to sell a WVD as a service!
Possible scenario: Service Provider Tenant with site to site VPN to access on prem AD (to add the VMs to clients domain) and allow access to other resources (ex: client applications).
Allow external users that reside in other AAD (client's users that own valid licensing to use WVD) to consume WVD services supplied by a service provider!
Any news regarding this uservoice. It would be great to have this feature around.
Pistle Jumbo commented
Guest users sign in to your apps and services with their own work, school, or social identities. The partner uses their own identities and credentials; Azure AD is not required. You don't need to manage external accounts or passwords. You don't need to sync accounts or manage account lifecycles
Same here. We want to support the infrastructure from our customers over invited Guest Users. For that, we want to access their WVD environment, and then jump to other VMs, manage AAD DS, and so on...
Ricardo Maestas commented
Yes this would be great!!