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PVS Target device Hybrid AD Joined


Marcel Zunnebeld1709163163

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Hello,
With MCS it is possible to create a VDA (Server 2019) hybrid joined:

https://support.citrix.com/article/CTX284738/provision-hybrid-aad-joined-virtual-machine-on-azureto-enable-intune

Can this also be done with a PVS Target Device?
 If so, what are the steps to configure this?Is the procedure the same as that for MCS, or is there a different procedure for PVS?
Thanks in advance!

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If you aren't using FAS then the SSO token would come from your AD hybrid communication, so no worries about doing any of the Certificate setup with Azure AD.

 

So getting the PVS target device set to do the workplace join on startup, and you have the workplace join also set to run on user logon, then it should connect everything.

 

Test from a desktop, and see if a dsregcmd /status shows Azure AD connectivity.

 

If you are using published apps, make sure to have the shellbridge settings set as well, so that the authentication links up correctly with the azure AD.

 

https://support.citrix.com/article/CTX267071/password-field-not-displayed-when-publishing-any-office-365-application-such-as-excel-or-word-on-server-2019-or-windows-10

 

The only items you need to set on the VDA are

 

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\Citrix Virtual Desktop Agent Name: Shellbridge Type: REG_DWORD Value: 1

 

Even though that article talks about hidden password fields, I also have had to enable shellbridge for proper Edge sign-ins as well.

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