I've got two Windows 10 machines sitting side by side on my desk. Both:
- Are joined to the same domain
- Are logged in as the same domain user
- Have the same Microsoft Account added under Settings/Accounts/Email & app accounts under both Email, calendar and contacts, and Accounts used by other apps.
The difference between the two machines is that one is running Anniversary Update (14393.969) and the other is running Creators Update (15063.11).
The AU machine, the user can go to Settings/Accounts/Sync your settings and everything is enabled and the user can turn on the Sync settings option.
On the CU machine, when the user goes to that same location, everything is disabled, and there is a message: "Some Windows features are only available if you are using a Microsoft account or work account." But as far as I can tell I am using both a Microsoft account and a work (domain) account.
Any idea why there would be a difference, or how I can enable the settings sync on the CU machine?
Update: I've now upgraded my syncing machine to Creator's Update and it still has that page enabled. So now my two machines are on the same version, one has that page enabled, one doesn't.