Our company had a hosted Microsoft Exchange solution for our emails, and this was migrated by a 3rd party company to Office 365, and in that process they created a Azure Active Directory for our domain, and apparently also for each of our emails.
We didnt have any AD going on locally, and also isn't planning on it. Before they migrated from a hosted exchange, i had created a microsoft account on with my work email, which I also used to login into windows. It integrated nicely into Visual Studio etc.
But now I don't have full access to my pc anymore, although im still a administrator locally.
So how do i leave this Azure AD, and regain normal full admin rights to my pc?
Edit: We don't use any AD, locally or azure. An external company was hosting our Exchange server previously, the same company migrated our hosted Exchange server email accounts to Office 365. (So I have no access to the Azure AD.) And in that process, they also created an Azure AD. (Their tech guy said they had to do that. If thats true or not, iI don't know).
I'm using windows mail to connect to my email account (not outlook), and I just tried removing it, and adding it again, as an Office 365 account, and in that process it said something about group policies. windows mail prompt Here are the group memberships of my user: Group memberships
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